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The U.S. House of Representatives impeached President Donald Trump on Wednesday. Legislators declared he incited insurrection last week when he implored thousands of his supporters to march to the Capitol to try to overturn his reelection loss, prompting a mob demonstration that turned into deadly mayhem. So what does this mean for the American political landscape moving forward? Plus, a team of World Health Organization experts has landed in Wuhan, China -- after months of accusations Beijing was obstructing an independent investigation.
President Trump impeached
Members of the US House of Representatives met on Capitol Hill Wednesday to discuss an Article of Impeachment against President Donald Trump. Speaker of the House Nanci Pelosi called the President a “clear and present danger” to the country and needed to be removed from office. Plus an update on efforts to secure the Capitol ahead of President-elect Biden's inauguration. And learning to cope with isolation from hermits.
US House of Representatives begins debate on Trump removal
The Democratic-led House of Representatives convened Tuesday to discuss efforts to remove U.S. President Donald Trump from office. However, the President dismissed the discussions as a continuation of previous efforts to remove him from office. Plus updates on the FBI's investigation on those who stormed the Capitol and how the country is preparing for more possible protests in the days to come.
1305edition Jan 22
Sounds two or three broadcasts together???