Joe Biden, who was elected President of the United States, called on the Senate after President Donald Trump was accused of “incitement to revolt” in the vote in the US House of Representatives. “Members of the House of Representatives exercised the powers granted to them in our constitution and brought accusations to hold the president responsible,” Biden said in a statement.
Stating that both Democratic and Republican parties are supported to the allegations of “incitement to rebellion” directed against Trump, Biden noted that the process will continue in the Senate.
‘DO NOT DELAY WORKS’
“This country is also in the grip of a deadly virus and a shaken economy. While fulfilling the constitutional responsibilities of the Senate, it is also the Homeland Security, Foreign Affairs, Defense, Treasury departments, National Intelligence Directorate.” “I hope it will also deal with other urgent tasks such as approving key positions such as the vaccine program and getting the economy on track.”
Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in the Senate stated in his latest statement that the session for Trump’s trial will not take place before January 20. Thus, it became certain that Trump’s Senate trial will remain in the reign of Joe Biden.
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