The motion of Impeachment failed, the Senate acquitted Trump of the charges
WASHINGTON: The US Senate rejected the motion against President Donald Trump, thus ending almost two months after the proceedings continued and the US president will continue to serve in office.
According to details, the US Senate rejected the motion of impeachment against Donald Trump, accused of overriding powers in the lawsuit and preventing Congress from working.
The US Senate acquitted President Donald Trump of both lawsuit allegations, voting 52 in favour of Trump and 48 in opposition, on the second charge trump get 53 votes and opposition Have 47 votes.
The US ruling party, the Republican Party, has a majority in the Senate. On the other hand, Republican Senator Mitt Romney also advocated the removal of President Trump. He voted against President Trump.
A statement released from Trump's presidential election office said that what Democrats did with regard to the campaign was a tactic of the presidential election campaign. Earlier, Trump called the prosecution an act of political revenge.
It should be noted that in December last year, the House of Representatives approved the motion to prosecute the allegations against President Trump. There were 2 accusations against Trump, one was that Trump misused his powers by trying to pressure Ukraine to investigate corruption against his political opponent, Joe Biden, who was accused of fraud by the country. That Trump has hindered congressional investigations into the scandal.
In the history of America, only two US presidents have been impeached, including Bill Clinton in 1998 and Andrew Johnson in 1868.