U.S. House Votes 232-197 to Impeach Donald Trump Over Role in Capitol Riot

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    The House of Representatives has officially voted to impeach President Donald Trump for the second time, 232 to 197, making him the first and only president to be impeached twice.

    Ten Republicans voted in favor of impeachment — no House Republicans voted in favor of either of the two articles of impeachment during Trump’s first round.

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