American House of Representatives could vote on Tuesday, to whether impeach Trump.
The American parliament members will vote on an article of impeachment against Trump, the house of representatives is planing to introduce a charge of “incitement of insurrection” against trump for his role in Capitol Hill riots, BBC reports.
This would allow Biden to kick-start key policies including implementation of his plans to tackle COVID-19, but this process awaits the Senate to receive article impeachments.
Trump has not yet made any statement, as he is banned from several social media platforms including Twitter.
According to BBC news, the white house announced the president will leave on Tuesday to assess the Mexico border wall and highlight his administration’s work in the areas.
The American Leader was accused both by Democrats and a number of Republicans for encouraging riots on Wednesday that left 5 people dead.
BBC reports, that no republican is yet ready to vote for trump’s involvement in any wrongdoing.
NBC quoted a Republican senator, Pat Toomey, “I think the best way for our country…. is for the president to resign and go away as soon as possible”, adding, “I acknowledge that may not be likely, but I think that would be best”.
According to the Whitehouse, the impeachment is a “politically motivated” move that would “only serve to further divide our great country”, BBC indicated.
If the Lower house votes for the impeachment this could be the second time that Trump would get impeached during his tenure.
Democrats also called on Vice-President Mike Pence to invoke the 25 Amendment, which will allow him to serve as the acting president.
Democratic Speaker, Nancy Pelosi on Sunday announced that lawmakers will vote on a resolution and will call on pence to remove Trump from the office as soon as possible.
Pence has distanced himself from the president and planned to attend Biden’s inauguration on January 20 as Trump has announced that he won’t join the ceremony.
Trump admitted to his defeat and promised a peaceful transfer of power but continues his baseless claims of election frauds.