Pelosi appoints managers for the Senate process

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On Wednesday morning, Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy names the legislators she tapped to discuss the Senate House Democrat case when impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump begin.

Around noon, Parliament will then vote to officially address the impeachment charge against President Trump to the Senate, initiating the third impeachment process against the President in American history.

PHOTO: House spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi leaves a democratic meeting after announcing that Parliament will vote on January 15 to remove the Senate’s articles from the U.S. Capitol in Washington, January 14, 2020, to send. (Sam Corum / EPA via Shutterstock)

In the House of Representatives resolution, the managers are officially appointed, which triggers the submission of the articles to the Senate.

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Although the House of Representatives voted against Trump in December and charged him with abuse of power and congressional obstruction, Pelosi held back from submitting the charges to the Senate. John Bolton.

PHOTO: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell meets with reporters as Parliament prepares to send impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump to the Senate at the Washington Capitol on January 14, 2020. (J. Scott Applewhite / AP)

While McConnell opposed Pelosi’s print campaign, some Senate Republicans have expressed interest in hearing from witnesses after the initial opening arguments. And McConnell has ruled out that Trump’s charges are dismissed at the start of the trial. A move that the Democrats feared would bypass the broadcast of the indictment against the president.

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“The American people deserve the truth, and the constitution demands a trial,” Pelosi wrote in a statement released on Tuesday.

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Shortly after word of the planned vote in the House of Representatives, McConnell went to the Senate to fake a month-long delay in what he described as “arbitrary” in the submission of articles.

The delay has affected the plans of the various Senate Democrats running for president and has forced them to adjust their campaign plans that will lead to the Iowa rulings early next month.

McConnell said the trial against the Senate is expected to begin next Tuesday.

The impeachment would require 67 senators to vote in favor of the conviction and to form a simple majority of the body. That means at least 20 Republicans would have to turn against the president, provided all Democrats vote in favor of a conviction.

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