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It is difficult to prove Trump guilty in impeachment

The Senate, the upper house of the US Congress, on Tuesday, rejected the proposal to impeach the process of impeachment of former President Donald Trump. Republican Member Rand Paul moved a resolution in the Senate in this regard. The motion was voted on and was rejected by the Senate by a margin of 55–45. However, this voting indicates that Trump will be freed from the impeachment process. Most Republican lawmakers have united in defense of Trump in Senate voting. A third majority, 67 votes, is needed to convict Trump in the Senate. The Democrats currently need 50 votes and 17 Republican MPs. But just 5 Republican senators voted against Trump on Pal’s proposal. This indicates that the rest of the Republican lawmakers are in favor of Trump. If impeachment was also voted on the same pattern, then 12 votes would be reduced and Trump survived.
Craig Unger, the American journalist and author of bestseller books like House of Bush, has made several sensational revelations about Trump in his new book American Kompromat. The book notes those 40 years ago, young Trump was helped and raised by the Russian intelligence agency KGB in business. The KGB saved Trump from bankruptcy several times in the 1980s and 90s. He paid Putin’s debt when Trump became President of the United States. Trump provided everything Putin needed. The author has claimed that Trump joined Russia through his Russian friend Geoffrey. Geoffrey worked to supply young girls to Russian and Silicon Valley people.

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