Trump indictment in Senate, Biden stays on course for early term

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Donald Trump at the White House on April 17, 2020 and Joe Biden in Wilmington, Delaware on November 10. Photo: AFP / VNA / CVN

Less than a week after leaving the White House, the Republican billionaire returns to dominate the news in Washington while his successor, Democrat Joe Biden, continues to sign dozens of decrees in an attempt to restore the world’s largest economy and fight against the epidemic.

With his indictment for “incitement to insurgency“voted in the House of Representatives on January 13, Donald Trump became the first President of the United States to fall twice under the blow of”impeachment“. He will now become the first to stand an impeachment trial after leaving office.

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The formal opening of this trial will be marked on Monday January 25 evening by a solemn ceremony.

Around 7:00 p.m. (00:00 GMT Tuesday January 26), “prosecutors” House Democrats will walk through the long corridors adorned with paintings and statues that separate them from the Senate to present the indictment of 45e President of the United States.

Donald Trump is accused by the House of having incited his supporters to launch an assault on the seat of Congress on January 6, while parliamentarians certified the victory of his rival Joe Biden in the presidential election.

You will never take back our country by being weak. You have to show strength and you have to be strong “, he had launched to the demonstrators shortly before the attack on the Capitol, which left five dead.

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The scenes of violence have upset America, and pushed several big names in the Republic to denounce the behavior of the stormy billionaire. But a Senate conviction appears unlikely at this stage, with the real estate mogul counting on many backers.

After the transmission of the indictment on Monday January 25, the senators, who will serve as jurors, will be sworn in on Tuesday January 26. But the trial itself will not begin until February 9.

Confirmation de Yellen

A delay that will allow Joe Biden to see more members of his cabinet confirmed by the Senate, before he is monopolized by this procedure.

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The Senate must therefore approve Monday, January 25 afternoon the appointment of Janet Yellen as Secretary of the Treasury.

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Supporters of President Donald Trump in front of the Capitol in Washington on January 6. Photo: AFP / VNA / CVN

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The confirmation vote of the future head of American diplomacy Antony Blinken has not yet been scheduled, but is expected this week.

Drawing a grim picture of the health and economic crises which “empirent“in the United States, the new Democratic president also hopes to take advantage of these two weeks to push for the adoption in Congress of several major measures.

But the centerpiece of his proposals, a titanic $ 1.9 trillion plan to revive the economy and fight the pandemic, may struggle to pass as it stands, according to early strong opposition from republicans.

Trial “stupid

Since Wednesday, January 20, the Democrats have taken control of the Senate in addition to the House. But their majority is extremely fragile: they occupy 50 seats in senators, against 50 for Republicans. In the event of a perfect tie in a vote, new Vice President Kamala Harris has the power to add her voice to tip the scales on the Democratic side.

But they will need 60 votes to put the major reforms to a vote. And two-thirds of the Senate to condemn Donald Trump, or 17 Republican votes.

A number that seems elusive, even if their influential leader, Mitch McConnell, has not ruled out voting for his conviction.

I find this trial stupid. I think this will be counterproductive “, thundered Republican Senator Marco Rubio Sunday, Jan. 24 on Fox.

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The country is already in flames and it is like pouring gasoline on this fire.”

Republican senators even consider it unconstitutional to judge a former president for impeachment, and are looking for a way to simply prevent the holding of the trial.

Few party senators nevertheless defend this procedure.

“If we want this country to come together, it is important to recognize that accountability, truth and justice are needed“Mitt Romney said Sunday, Jan. 24 on Fox, suggesting that he could find the real estate mogul guilty.

This former presidential candidate was the only Republican senator to condemn Donald Trump during his first impeachment trial, in February 2020 in the Ukrainian case.

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The president was then acquitted by a Senate with a Republican majority.

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