Political storm! Donald Trump dismisses probable impeachment of Democrats in Congress: “It’s zero risk for me”

UNITED STATES.- The president Donald Trump He delivered a speech during a visit to Alamo, Texas, this Tuesday, January 12. The mandatary, threatened by a second impeachment trial promoted by Democrats in the House of Representatives, called for “peace and calm” after his supporters they invaded the capitol on January 6, in a coup that left five dead and shocked the country and the world.

“Now is the time for our nation to recover and it is the time for peace and calm,” Trump said. Likewise, the president expressed that there is “zero” possibility that his government will force him to leave office invoking the 25th Amendment of the Constitution. “It is zero risk for me,” he said, alluding to the pressure from Democrats so that, with the support of the cabinet, the president be removed from power as he is considered unfit to hold office.

Shortly before traveling and boarding the Marine One helicopter at the White House to arrive in Texas, the Republican president described his probable accusation by the Democrats of the House of Representatives, which will be examined this Wednesday, January 13, as a “continuation of the greatest witch hunt in the history of politics “and made it clear that he did not want” any violence, “according to AFP.

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In the midst of a political storm, the president met Monday with his vice president, Mike Pence, who has decided to make a common front with the president before the Democrats, rejecting requests to remove Trump from power by invoking the 25th Amendment to the Constitution. “It’s ridiculous, it’s absolutely ridiculous. This ‘impeachment’ is causing immense anger, “said the US president from the White House gardens.

In Congress, an impeachment procedure is also being prepared that would go down in history and is likely to decide the possible political future of Trump, who could become the first president of the United States to be indicted twice in a political trial. The House of Representatives will consider the impeachment this Wednesday and is expected to vote on it that same day.

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