Do you think the Senate is going to vote to impeach Trump ?
- oldprofLv 78 months ago
OK...everyone reading this...let's make it clear. Trump has already been impeached. [See the definition of "impeach" in Source.]
He was charged by the House with two allegations. And that's impeachment. The charge alone is impeachment.
Now what the Senate does is the trial to determine what if anything should be done about the impeachment. Even if he is exonerated by the Senate, Trump will still have been impeached as he was in fact charged by the House.Source(s): im·peach /imˈpēCH/ verb call into question the integrity or validity of (a practice). "there is no basis to Searle's motion to impeach the verdict" BRITISH charge with treason or another crime against the state. US charge (the holder of a public office) with misconduct. NOTE: The US interpretation does not mention the need for a crime, only "misconduct."
- Anonymous8 months ago
The House has already impeached Trump. The Senate decides if he is to be removed from power. I personally doubt the Republican Senators will do the right thing and be objective and listen to the facts. They will likely just blindly put their political party above the interests of the nation and vote to keep him in power.
- RobertLv 78 months ago
- 8 months ago
Trump has already been impeached. But the Senate will not convict him and remove him. Clinton was convicted and was still not removed.
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- ThornLv 78 months ago
No. He's not only made them much richer
they want more
- MarkLv 78 months ago
He's already BEEN impeached, one month ago. This current thing is a TRIAL, and he probably will be exonerated (but the impeachment is FOREVER, which the Donald can't stand).