Donald Trump has become the third US president in history to be indicted by the House of Representatives, setting up a preliminary in the Senate that will choose whether he stays in office.
The House decided on two charges – that the president mishandled his capacity and that he had deterred Congress.
Almost all Democrats decided in favor of the charges and each Republican against.
President Trump’s Republicans control the Senate so it is exceptionally impossible he will be expelled from control.
As casting a ballot occurred in the House, Mr Trump was tending to a crusade rally in Battle Creek, Michigan.
By what means will Senate preliminary work?
What does it take to reprimand a president?
He told a cheering group: “While we’re making occupations and battling for Michigan, the extreme left in Congress is overwhelmed by jealousy and disdain and fury, you see what’s happening.”