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CBS News 14 Jan 2021

How Trump's second impeachment will impact Washington and the nation


The House has impeached President Donald Trump for a second time, accusing him of inciting the deadly riot on the Capitol Hill. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett joins "CBSN AM" to talk about the impact of this vote.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she is "heartbroken" over what the second impeachment of President Trump means for the country. NBC News' Sahil Kapur explains how Trump's second impeachment could change the course of the Republican party's future.
Donald Trump's second impeachment moves to the Senate the week of January 25th. Lower house lawmakers delivered the impeachment document to the Senate. The trial is delayed to allow President Biden time to get his administration up and running. CGTN's Roee Ruttenberg and Lincoln Mitchell, an Adjunct Associate Professor of Political Science at Columbia University discuss what to expect in the next few weeks.
"Usually when the Senate tries to ram something through that quickly, it's a conservative Supreme Court justice." Late night hosts marveled at the possibility of President Donald Trump's second impeachment following the deadly Capitol riot.
The House is expected to #impeach President Donald #Trump for his encouragement of supporters who stormed the #US Capitol, a vote that would make him the first American president to be impeached twice. FRANCE 24's International Affairs Commentator Douglas Herbert gives us a look at what will happen as the House moves closer to impeaching Trump in his last week in office.

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