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Loyal VP: Mike Pence Says NO To House Invoking 25th Amendment Against Donald Trump !

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Source: Deccan Herald

House Passes Resolution To Impeach Donald Trump

Donald Trump has landed himself in big trouble. The riots that took place in the Capitol Building has shaken his Presidency. With the Capitol Building riot, Donald Trump will end his presidency on a very low note. Moreover, he is supposed to hand over the baton of the presidency to Joe Biden on January 20. However, it looks like he won’t make it till the end. The House recently passed a resolution to impeach him by invoking the 25th Amendment. The resolution was passed as the majority of the House feels Trump was involved in the riots led by Pro-Trump supporters.

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Source: Deccan Herald

Mike Pence Rejects Resolution Passed To Dethrone Donald Trump

Mike Pence has stood beside Donald Trump. After the resolution was passed, Pence rejected the resolution as he thought such a measure won’t set a good example. Moreover, he said, “With just eight days left in the President’s term, you and the Democratic Caucus are demanding that the Cabinet and I invoke the 25th Amendment.”

Mike Pence Feels Invoking 25th Amendment Against Donald Trump Is Not Necessary

Mike Pence feels with just a few days of Presidency, there is no need to invoke the 25th amendment. If the resolution is passed, Trump won’t be removed as President but he will lose his powers. Moreover, there is a fear in Washington that another riot might take place leading up to the oath-taking ceremony of Joe Biden. Mike Pence is expected to attend the ceremony while Trump has made it clear that he won’t be there. Moreover, he said, “I do not believe that such a course of action is in the best interest of our nation or consistent with our Constitution.”

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Source: NBC

Mike Pence Feels Invoking 25th Amendment Against Donald Trump Is Bad Precedent

Pence feels the decision will set a bad precedent. Moreover, she said, “I do not believe that such a course of action is in the best interest of our nation or consistent with our Constitution.”