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Photos show the articles of impeachment against Trump

8 days ago   |   By Business Insider

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signed the two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Wednesday, before the US Senate.
During that ceremony, the public was able to catch a glimpse of the actual articles - one count of abuse of power, and one count of obstruction of Congress - that were passed by the House in December.
Pelosi, flanked by House managers and Democratic leaders, signed the articles of impeachment with a series of pens.
"Today we will make history,'' Pelosi said at the signing ceremony. "This president will be held accountable."
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No tweeting: Senators have to keep quiet, stay off iPhones, and remain seated during Trump's impeachment trial

No tweeting: Senators have to keep quiet, stay off iPhones, and remain seated during Trump's impeachment trial

8 days ago   |   By Business Insider

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Senators will not be permitted to use iPhones and will have to keep quiet during President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, according to "decorum guidelines" sent out on Wednesday.
Senators are also "requested to remain in their seats at all times they are on the Senate floor during the impeachment proceedings."
The Senate is still finalizing all of the rules for the trial, which includes deliberations over witnesses.
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