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US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that he would be happy to stand trial in the Senate after questioning him in the House of Representatives led by Democrats, but he was not really interested, and Trump told reporters, “I am really not interested. It does not matter for me, I will be very happy with the trial because we did not commit any Error”.

Trump condemned the historic vote against him in the House of Representatives, accusing his Democratic opponents who control the House of being driven by “envy, hatred and anger” and “trying to nullify the vote of tens of millions of Americans” who elected him president in 2016.

Read also: Trump slams Christian magazine that calls for his dismissal

With a majority of 230 votes to 197, with one abstention, the House of Representatives agreed to charge the President with the abuse of power, and minutes later the House directed Trump to a second charge, which is obstructing the work of Congress, which passed by 229 votes to 198 and one abstention.

Robert Frank
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Robert started his career as a freelance content writer. Now, He is the founder of widely-recognized PR Agency. Robert still writes news pieces on various publications.

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