US: How President Trump reacted to his second impeachment

President Donald Trump has called on his supporters to shun violence and vandalism after he was impeached for a history-making second time by the US House of Representatives on Wednesday. The House voted 232 to 197 to impeach the President with the support of 10 members of his own party. After the successful impeachment by... Continue Reading →

Ondo Deputy Governor may resign this week

There are indications Ondo Deputy Governor, Agboola Ajayi, might be pressured to resign this week. Ajayi, who was candidate of the Zenith Labour Party (ZLP), lost his bid to govern the state after he came a distant third in the October 10 governorship election. He resigned from the ruling All Progressives Congress(APC) in June, joined... Continue Reading →

President Abused His Power, Impeachment The Only Remedy —Hillary Clinton

Former Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, has said that the impeachment suffered by President Donald Trump was the only “remedy” to check his “abuse of power.” THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER reports. The ex-First Lady whose husband, Bill Clinton, had also suffered Trump’s fate on December 19, 1998, during his second term as president, argued that Trump’s... Continue Reading →

White House Reacts, Says Trump Impeachment ‘unconstitutional travesty’

The White House has hit back at lawmakers after President Donald Trump was impeached, slamming the “illegitimate articles of impeachment” and voicing confidence the president would be acquitted in the Senate NBC NEWS reports. “Democrats have chosen to proceed on this partisan basis in spite of the fact that the President did absolutely nothing wrong,”... Continue Reading →

Donald Trump Makes History As Third American President To Be Impeached

President Donald Trump was impeached for abuse of power in a historic vote in the House of Representatives on Wednesday, setting up a Senate trial on removing him from office after three turbulent years. By a 230 to 197 vote in the Democratic-majority House, the 45th US president became just the third occupant of the White House... Continue Reading →

I Did Nothing Wrong, Says Trump Ahead Of Impeachment Vote

President Donald Trump on Wednesday insisted he had done “nothing wrong” ahead of a vote in the House of Representatives where he faces becoming the third US leader ever to be impeached. “Can you believe that I will be impeached today by the Radical Left, Do Nothing Democrats, AND I DID NOTHING WRONG! A terrible... Continue Reading →

Trump Sends 6-page ‘Extraordinary Letter’ To Pelosi

United States President, Donald Trump, on the verge of becoming the third US president to be impeached, sent an extraordinary letter to House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday, excoriating House Democrats and casting himself as a victim of an attempted coup CNN reports. A day before the full House is set to vote on articles... Continue Reading →

Debate On Articles Of Impeachment Against Trump Starts Today As House Panel Sets Rules.

US lawmakers in the House of Representatives are due to start a debate on the articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump today, Wednesday, with a vote expected to follow a heated battle between Democrats and Republicans CNN reports, Democrats accuse the president of abusing his office by soliciting Ukraine to dig up dirt on... Continue Reading →

Trump Dithers On Participation In 2020 Presidential Debates

U.S. President Donald Trump has cast doubt on whether he will participate in the customary televised debates in 2020 ahead of the presidential election in November. “I will make a decision at an appropriate time,” Trump said as part of a series of tweets in which he bashed the non-profit Commission on Presidential Debates that... Continue Reading →

Impeachment: Trump To Address Charges During Senate Trial

United States President Donald Trump will address the impeachment charges revealed on Tuesday during the Senate trial phase of the proceedings, the White House said, continuing to opt not to argue the merits of the charges ahead of an expected vote by the Democratic-led House. “The President will address these false charges in the Senate... Continue Reading →

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