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President Trump is facing impeachment yet again, for "incitement of insurrection."


It appears that the antics of the 45th President are finally starting to catch up to him, and he's facing severe offenses for his actions.


Most notably, the "Capitol Hill riots," which he incited, left five dead and left others to deal with serious charges and consequences.


President Trump has been officially banned from most social media platforms earlier this week, with PGA cutting ties with him most recently. The President was supposed to host the 2022 PGA Championships.


And to make matters worse, he runs the risk of being impeached for "incitement of insurrection."


A report from CNN states that the House Republicans blocked the Democrat's motion to have Vice President Mike Pence invoke the 25th Amendment, which enables himself to step in as President, which means Trump will be removed from office, losing his power.


Following that failed attempt, the House of Democrats still aren't giving up and are now looking to impeach Trump in violation of the 14th Amendment, which "prohibits any person who has participated in insurrection or rebellion against the United States from holding a position of power."


This latest attempt by the House of Democrats has a "fighting chance," considering the recent events followed by Capitol riots serves as an example that threatens the integrity of the democratic system," which means Trump betrayed his people's trust as President by endangering their lives.


The House is expected to cast in their votes later this week, and if they are successful, President Trump stands to make history as the first President in history to be impeached twice.


Nevertheless, a decision will be made soon, and considering Trump only has less than a month in office; it appears something is going to happen "sooner than later."




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