Tuesday afternoon, a majority of the House voted to impeach President Donald Trump, charging him for “inciting violence against the government.” The voting makes it the first time a U.S. President has been impeached twice.
Trump’s case now heads to the Senate, where a two-thirds majority is needed to convict him. This means at least 17 Republicans would have to side with the Democrats.
The New York Times reports that as many as 20 Senate Republicans are, at least, open to convicting the president.
*This is a breaking news story.
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