House of Representatives Delivers Articles of Impeachment to Senate

House delivers Trump impeachment article to Senate

House of Representatives Delivers Articles of Impeachment to Senate

Proceedings in the Upper House of Congress to begin next Tuesday

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signed articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump and submitted them to the Senate. So President Impeachment Proceedings Could Begin Next Week.

Pelosi used several fountain pens to sign the documents and then, by tradition, handed them over to the chairmen of several House committees involved in the impeachment process..

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Pelosi’s appointed impeachment managers – lawmakers who will represent the prosecution in the upcoming Senate proceedings – together with House officials and the bailiff of Congress, personally handed over the articles of impeachment to representatives of the upper house. Mitch McConnell, Republican Majority Leader in the Senate, said the articles would formally pass the upper house on Thursday.

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228 lawmakers endorsed today the candidatures of Adam Schiff, chairman of the Intelligence Committee, and Jerry Nadler, head of the Legal Committee, who were appointed by Pelosi as impeachment managers. 193 members of the House of Representatives voted against these nominations.

Senate Proceedings Will Begin Tuesday, January 21st And Will Most Likely Last For Several Weeks.

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