Donald Trump was acquitted at the impeachment process, which took place in the US Senate. To declare impeachment, it was necessary to get 67 votes out of 100 senators. There was no such number of votes.
Therefore, according to the results of the interim vote, Trump, who was accused of inciting rebellion, was acquitted.
The hearings were not without curiosities. So, Trump’s lawyer Mike van der Veen at the meeting by impeachment made a reservation, calling Philadelphia “Philidelphia”. It was about the fact that the participants in the process were interviewed personally in his office located in the above-named city.
In response to the slip of the tongue, the senators burst into laughter, but the lawyer did not understand what they were laughing at. “This is a civil procedure, and that’s how it is done,” he began to convince parliamentarians. The laughter continued, and then the chairman of the Trump impeachment trial, Patrick Leahy, restored order in the hall.
Mike van der Veen remarked: “I didn’t laugh at any of you! And there is nothing funny about it.”
WATCH: Laughter breaks out in the Senate Chamber after Trump attorney Michael van der Veen insists that any impeachment trial depositions should be done in person in his office in PhiladelphiaFebruary 13, 2021
The impeachment meeting was held February 13.
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