A quick snapshot of what's happening in the new impeachment.

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Previously: On Wednesday, January 8, a mob laid siege to the US Capitol while Senators, Congresspeople, and the Vice President were assembled to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election. One week later, January 13, then-president Donald Trump was impeached for inciting that mob. A week after that, he left office and Joe Biden was inaugurated as the 46th President of the United States. At the end of January, the article of impeachment of the now-former president was transferred to the Senate for trial and, in just five days in February, the impeachment trial took place. As the song says, "this is the time, and this is the record of the time."

, Saturday, February 13, 2021

What's coming next: The balance of power in the House of Representatives is up for grabs on November 8, 2022. Depending on who wins, perhaps the third impeachment in as many years will take place. Cries.

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For a full archive of the previous impeachment of President Trump visit the 2020 archive.