PRESIDENT Trump is the only sitting president in US history to have been impeached twice.
The president’s relationships with members of his administration are reportedly strained due to the deadly Capitol riot on January 6, with many resigning and leaving his cabinet during the final weeks of his term.
Has Trump told his lawyers not to pay Rudy Giuliani’s legal fees?
White House officials have apparently been blocking Giuliani’s calls to Trump as he is reportedly “offended” with his lawyer’s hefty cost demands of $20,000 as he attempts to fight off election fraud lawsuits.
Giuliani has previously denied charging the president that amount of money.
Additionally, Trump reportedly told his aides that he would take charge in approving Giuliani’s travel reimbursements while he works to dispute the election results.
Was Trump formally impeached?
Trump’s impeachment will now head to the Senate, which will vote on whether or not he will be convicted on the charge.
Proceedings are expected to continue on January 19, when the Senate is set to meet next.
However, they could begin before then if Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell calls members of Congress back to meet sooner.
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However, the lawyer later clarified to CNN that he meant it would be an “honor and a privilege to defend the Constitution,” not Trump himself.
President Trump is set to leave office on January 20 and make a peaceful transition of power to the Biden/Harris administration.