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Historical Articles of impeachment by Hannah Brown

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and five committee chairmen announced the articles on abuse of power and obstruction of Congress at a news conference. The Judiciary Committee will vote on the articles — the equivalent of a formal charge — on Thursday and the full House is expected to vote next week.

Articles of impeachment on paper

  • House Democrats have drawn up two articles of impeachment against President Trump: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. [NPR / Philip Ewing and Amita Kelly]
  • Read the full articles of impeachment here. [Vox / Andrew Prokop]
  • The articles lay out Trump’s attempt to use security assistance for Ukraine as leverage to get the company to investigate a company affiliated with Hunter Biden, and his defiance of congressional attempts to investigate. [NYT / Nicholas Fandos]
  • But they’re confined to Trump’s attempts to get Ukraine to dig up dirt on Hunter Biden — not the wider-ranging impeachment that some progressives and liberals wanted. [GQ / Jay Willis]
  • The next step is a committee vote on the articles of impeachment Thursday, followed by a full House vote, likely before Christmas, and then a Senate trial. [The Guardian / Tom McCarthy]
  • A small group of Democrats, largely worried about reelection and maintaining support from their Trump-voting constituents, are suggesting Congress censure Trump instead of impeaching him. [Politico / Melanie Zanona and Sarah Ferris]
  • In regard to impeachment, public opinion has hardly budged throughout the hearings. But there has been a shift in Americans’ views on how Trump should handle the inquiry. [FiveThirtyEight / Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux] To read more go to the link below:

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