Trump was considered dismissed by the US House of Representatives for the second time in 13 months, but this time, he could be impeached once he left office.
The dismissal review process specified in the US Constitution is relatively simple: when the President commits a "felony or other offense", the House of Representatives votes to consider dismissal, the Senate conducts trial.
The House of Representatives is speeding up the impeachment process after accusing the President of inciting riot on Capitol Hill on Jan. 6.
The US Constitution states that the president, vice president, and all government officials can be considered for dismissal and conviction of treason, bribery, or felony counts and wrongdoings.
During the first dismissal review, controversy erupted over whether Trump's pressure on the Ukrainian President was classified as felony or wrong, or if it was simply part of foreign policy.
But this time, the impeachment clause made by Democrats in the House of Representatives is more clear and decisive, when they accuse Trump of inciting riot against the government and classifying it as a "felony.
The House of Representatives' dismissal review clause states that Trump has incited supporters by repeatedly rejecting election results ahead of the electoral votes, pressuring Georgia State Secretary-General to "find votes
The US Constitution states that the House of Representatives is the only party with the right to consider dismissing the president.
In 2019, evidence of Trump putting pressure on the Ukrainian president leaked bit by bit for weeks, until the House of Representatives drew enough support to launch a review to dismiss Trump.
With Trump's tenure running out, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Trump could avoid the possibility of being considered for dismissal if he accepts his resignation or Vice President Mike Pence triggers the 25th Amendment to
When these two options were ignored, Democrats in the House pushed ahead with Trump's second recall review and US history is more likely to see Senate impeachment of a total for the first time.
The US Constitution also states that the Senate is the only party entitled to adjudicate impeachment terms, and it can only pass with the support of at least two-thirds of senators.
In 2019, it took Trump 48 days from being considered for dismissal until being acquitted by the Senate on February 5, 2020.
Editor Wolf said that when the impeachment clause is submitted to the Senate, the trial process could also be interrupted, as the Senate takes time to approve the Joe Biden administration's cabinet nominations, as well as
In 2020, the Senate's work was basically stalled because of considering Trump's dismissal.
In the event of a "convicted" conviction by the Senate, the presidents will be removed from all offices, and the president's party is also legally responsible, according to the provisions of the US Constitution.
However, the Senate trial is more likely to open only when Trump has become former president.
In addition, there are many reports that Trump is considering pardoning himself and his family before leaving office.