Pence is not willing to remove Trump

 



Vice President Mike Pence has told Speaker Nancy Pelosi that he will not implement the 25th Amendment to the Constitution. 

But in the meantime, four Republican leaders in the Senate have said they will vote for Trump's impeachment.

Pence said in a letter to Pelosi on Tuesday night, local time, hours before the U.S.

 House of Representatives vote, that he would not implement the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from power, CNN reported. He added that it would set a terrible precedent.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi has formed an impeachment committee of nine lawmakers, led by lawmaker Jamie Raskin. 

These lawmakers will present arguments for impeachment against Donald Trump.

A proposal has been tabled in Congress by Republicans to impose sanctions on Trump for the rest of his term. 

Imposition of sanctions instead of impeachment. 




The proposal was made by Brian Fitzpatrick, a Republican congressman elected from ennsylvania.

Joe Biden will be sworn in as the new president on January 20. Trump has not been president since the afternoon of January 20. 

There is no precedent in the history of the United States for lawmakers to debate in Congress the impeachment of a president who is not in power.

The Joe Biden and Kamala Harris administrations have promised to do more in the first 100 days of their rule. 

The administration's newly appointed people will not be able to do much without holding hearings and confirming in the Senate. Democrat strategists don't want to fall fr Trump at such a time.

The chiefs of the three U.S. forces have issued an unprecedented statement to all law enforcement members in the United States. 

A joint statement issued by the three chiefs of staff yesterday said that members of the law enforcement agencies have been sworn in to uphold the constitution. 


Trump said his impeachment would create a dangerous situation for the United States. This will create extreme anger in people's minds. He does not want any violence. 

He also called the Democrats' efforts for impeachment 'bizarre'. Trump does not see the call to implement the 25th Amendment as a risk to himself.

The statement said that the essence of the oath is to reject any extremism through the oath to defend the constitution.

The statement added that the US military has always upheld the Constitution to protect its people and property from the hands of America's enemies at home and abroad.

 The one-page joint statement was signed by senior army officials.

According to various US media reports, several members of the military were present in Washington DC on January 6 in support of Trump. The FBI is investigating. 

The FBI said in a statement that it had already completed more than 150 complaints. No one who joins the violence will get away with it.

 After looking at the pictures, searching their cellphones and social media, arrests have started in different states.

The FBI is warning all quarters that there could be a plot to sabotage Joe Biden's oath. 

The FBI says pro-Trump white Conservatives have been secretly campaigning for statewide armed rallies since January 17.


Additional patrols have already been installed at federal buildings and government installations in major US states. 

Other media outlets, including ABC News, cited a memo from the FBI, saying any attempt to oust Trump prematurely could lead to violence. 

Each state court building, state assembly, city building, federal building could be the target of the attack.

Trump, meanwhile, spoke to reporters about the impeachment on his way to visit the border wall in Texas. 

He said his impeachment would create a dangerous situation for the United States. This will create extreme anger in people's minds. He does not want any violence. 

He also called the Democrats' efforts for impeachment 'bizarre'. Trump does not see the call to implement the 25th Amendment as a risk to himself.

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