Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-01-14 11:57:08 –
The House of Representatives voted for President Donald Trump’s second impeachment, recording the fourth impeachment of the US President in history. Trump also became the first president to be impeached twice in the House of Representatives.
It is unclear what will happen next in the impeachment process. Trump, whose term ends on January 20, is likely to remain in power until Joe Biden takes office in the presidential election. Senate leader Mitch McConnell said Wednesday that he would not bring the Senate back to Washington this week and is still considering options when the Senate returns next week.
What’s more, Biden’s enormous stimulus and unintroduced legislation already face at least one obstacle, the matter of time. Breakthrough legislation needs to be passed while the Senate is considering confirming Biden’s position as Supreme Minister and in parallel with President Trump’s second impeachment trial.
What should Congress prioritize now?
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