Trump's Second Impeachment Will Be Bipartisan : The NPR Politics Podcast In a nearly party-line vote, the House encouraged Mike Pence and the presidential cabinet to sideline the president via the 25th amendment. Pence said no. Now, the House will move to impeach Trump over "incitement of insurrection" in what is expected to be a bipartisan vote. The Senate may be warming to the idea of removal.

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Trump's Second Impeachment Will Be Bipartisan

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Trump's Second Impeachment Will Be Bipartisan

Trump's Second Impeachment Will Be Bipartisan

Trump's Second Impeachment Will Be Bipartisan

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In a nearly party-line vote, the House encouraged Mike Pence and the presidential cabinet to sideline the president via the 25th amendment. Pence said no. Now, the House will move to impeach Trump over "incitement of insurrection" in what is expected to be a bipartisan vote. The Senate may be warming to the idea of removal.

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