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Trump Impeachment trial: Former president to be charged with inciting insurrection

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It is a first-ever second impeachment trial. Special edition on the first day of Donald Trump's impeachment trial before the U-S Senate. He is charged with inciting insurrection when in a bid to stop the certification of his re-election loss, he encouraged a crowd of supporters to march over to the U-S Capitol. 

Added on the 09/02/2021 20:10:47 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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