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LieuPelosi: Democrats will move to impeach Trump Trump stares down new impeachment threat Capitol riots spark fear of Trump's military powers in final days MORE (Calif.) and Jamie RaskinJamin (Jamie) Ben RaskinPelosi: Democrats will move to impeach Trump Clyburn says House may hold articles of impeachment until after Biden's first 100 days Coons: Trump has 'lost the right to be president' MORE (Md.), states that Trump engaged in high crimes and misdemeanors by “willfully inciting violence against the Government of the United States.” UPDATED TEXT of the Impeachment Article authored by Cicilline/Lieu/Raskin following 1/6 attack on Capitol by pro-Trump mob pic.twitter.com/RNABKCYM3dMajority Leader Steny HoyerSteny Hamilton HoyerCapitol riots spark fear of Trump's military powers in final days House chairman: Biden Pentagon pick 'shares my commitment to civilian control of the military' Lawmakers, leaders offer condolences following the death of Capitol Police officer MORE (D-Md.) told rank-and-file Democrats on a private call Monday afternoon that the impeachment vote will be held on Wednesday.

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