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Senator Lindsey Graham Repeats Call For the Impeachment of Former Friend Joe Biden

Lindsey Graham has repeated his call for the new president’s impeachment over his withdrawal of all American service personnel from Afghanistan. Graham, the Republican Senator for South Carolina, forged a close relationship with Biden when they were both serving as senators, remaining close friends whilst Biden served as vice-president to Barack Obama. Graham is reported…

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Impeachment: what next for Trump?

Donald Trump has become the first president in United States history to be impeached twice. Ten Republicans have joined Democrats in voting for impeachment after Trump was accused of inciting violence at the US Capitol on January 6th. The article, carried by 232 votes to 197, charges the president with “incitement of insurrection”. Trump will…


Negotiations break down over Mali political crisis

Negotiations regarding the ongoing political crisis in the African nation of Mali between the President and opposing movements have broken down.  M5-RFP, the coalition moving against President Keïta have called for his resignation following accusations of corruption and an inability to control the fallout from recent elections. Protests over the past few weeks have also…


President Trump acquitted after impeachment

The efforts to remove U.S. President Donald Trump from office have ended after he was found not guilty in his impeachment trial. The results from the Senate, run by the President’s fellow Republicans, showed 52-48 on charges of abuse of power and 53-47 on obstruction of Congress. However, the trial did not include any witnesses. …


Donald Trump impeachment inquiry continues

Back in September, House Speaker Pelosi announced an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. Impeachment procedures are a final check on a president’s power. The process of the president’s impeachment started with the House of Representatives agreeing for the impeachment procedures to commence. Donald Trump’s current impeachment inquiry centres around whether he sought help from…


President Trump to face potential impeachment

A whistle-blower has accused President Donald Trump of withholding military aid to the Ukrainian government in exchange for information on his democratic political opponent, Joe Biden. These charges originate from a call between President Trump and the Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelenskyy on the 25th July. The US government withheld ₤400 million in military aid to…

August 2022
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