This history-making vote to seal Trump’s fate is set for Wednesday.
2019 ended with the United States President Donald Trump being impeached from the House. But in February of 2020, Trump was acquitted by the Senate as the majority there are Republicans.
Now the Democrats are pushing for Trump's impeachment again.
House Democrats accused Trump with "incitement of insurrection" in its impeachment article for his role in last week's deadly riot at the US Capitol, which tried to reverse the 2020 election results confirming Joe Biden as the next president of the US.
The uprising failed, and the joint session of Congress confirmed Biden's presidency.
The Democrats called on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment which means Trump will be removed because of his incompetency and Pence will temporarily get presidency for a smooth transition to Biden presidency. However, Pence has refused to do so. So, the House is moving forward with the impeachment bid.
Trump has reportedly considered using his presidential power to attempt to pardon himself, but he is adamant on not resigning. Pence or Biden, however, could pardon Trump if he resigned. And if he is impeached, he will most likely face charges.
This history-making vote to seal Trump's fate is set for Wednesday.