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Mrs. Kimberly Schellert, AP Government and Regular Government Teacher

December 20, 2019

“The quick rundown is the Dems have the majority of seats in the House so they carry the votes to officially file articles of impeachment and so that’s what they debated on and voted on last night so… we are waiting for them to deliver that vote to the Senate. If and when they deliver the vote to the Senate, the Senate will hold the trial. But since it’s a partisan process, the Republicans have the majority of the seats in the Senate, and it would be against party lines for Republicans to vote for impeachment so if this continues to play out in true partisan fashion, it’s more than likely that President Trump would be acquitted of the charges that were filed in the house, so it’s just kind of a wait and see.”

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