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

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Please note: While we await the transfer of articles of impeachment from the House to the Senate, and the resumption of daily impeachment news, this site will update infrequently.

Previously: The President of the United States was impeached for the second time this Wednesday, January 13th, for "incitement of insurrection" after a pro-Trump mob laid siege to the Capitol on January 6 as lawmakers assembled to affirm Trump's loss in the 2020 presidential election. The mob held the Capitol for hours and, as details have emerged over the last few days, came shockingly close to potentially harming Congresspeople and the Vice President. While lawmakers weren't harmed, five people died in the attack, including a Capitol Police Officer. In impeaching the president by a bipartisan vote, lawmakers called for "accountability" for his actions that led to the insurrection.

, Friday, January 15, 2021

What's coming next: With the timing of the transfer of the articles of impeachment a mystery, the only thing immediately coming next is the inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States and, hopefully, that will happen with no further violence of the kind we saw just two weeks ago.

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