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House Democratic Whip James Clyburn said on Sunday that articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump could be introduced on the House floor on Tuesday.
“I think that will come. Probably Tuesday, and maybe Wednesday, but it will happen this week. The rest of the articles have been drawn up,” Clyburn said on “Fox New Sunday.”
The South Carolina Democrat defended the move, saying they were doing “the people’s work.”
“If we are the people’s house, let’s do the people’s work and vote to impeach this president, and then we’ll decide later, or the Senate will decide later what to do with that impeachment,” Clyburn said.
House Democrats have accused Trump of inciting the riots on the US Capitol building Wednesday that left five people, including a police officer, dead.
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