Donald Trump has been implicated by the U.S. House of Representatives in his last week in office. Hundreds of the president’s men violently invaded the U.S. Capitol and a week later — forced members of parliament and women to flee — delegates accused Mr. Trump of inciting rebellion and claiming victory in Joe Biden’s presidential election was a fraud. Several Republicans abandoned the president and sided with the impeachment articles. The trial will now take place in the Senate – upper house of Congress. Even if U.S. senators approve of his removal, Donald Trump will once again be banned from all positions for any public office in the United States. Sophie Raworth presents on BBC News the ten reports by North American editor Jon Sopel. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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