Trump impeached for the second time after he incited violence and insurrection
impeachment was the town's talk yesterday, as it is for the first time in
history when a president falls under scrutiny for the second time.
Nancy Pelosi's resolution passed the House with 232 to 197
in favor of impeaching the president after his speech instigates crowds to
storm the Capitol, leaving behind five people dead. He was charged with "incitement
to insurrection." The resolution will be taken to the Senate, which could
vote to bar him from holding public office ever again.
Despite this initial victory, nothing can be done until
after January 19, when the Senate resumes, and Joe Biden is sworn in. Given the
previous presidential impeachment trials, the Senate could conclude in three
weeks or three months.
On the other hand, the Dollar related
instruments like USA500
and Gold traded higher.
While the former added 0.27%, the latter went up 0.7%, closing at $1,857.35 an
Sources: ft.com, bbc.com
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