WASHINGTON, D.C. (KDKA) — A major move by lawmakers to terminate President Trump’s term early is expected to happen on Capitol Hill on Tuesday.
There’s a major push from the House of Representatives to remove President Donald Trump from office.READ MORE: Charges Held For Court Against Fayette County Father Accused Of Severe Child Neglect
Most are Democrats, but the list of Republican lawmakers continues to grow.
He recently said he will join other lawmakers on a resolution to censure President Trump over the assault in the U.S. Capitol from last week.
House Republicans blocked a resolution to call on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove the President from office.READ MORE: Around The Table: Pennsylvania Governor And Senate Races
- Pa. State Rep. Aaron Bernstine Says It’s Wrong To Blame Pres. Donald Trump For U.S Capitol Riot
- Investigators Ask For Help Identifying Suspects As They Charge More People Accused Of Crimes During U.S. Capitol Chaos
- Crisis At The Capitol: How Do We Heal?’
- U.S. Department Of Justice Charges Pennsylvania Man For Alleged Offenses During Capitol Riots
- Pennsylvania Sen. Doug Mastriano, Who Was At U.S. Capitol During Attack, Urged To Resign
- ‘We Were Terrified’: Western Pennsylvanians At The Capitol Describe What They Saw During Civil Unrest
- Ohio Gov. Mike Dewine Says President Donald Trump ‘Poured Gas On The Fire’ Ahead Of Occupation Of U.S. Capitol
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said the House will vote on the measure today and could proceed with impeachment if Pence doesn’t act.
Democratic Congressman Conor Lamb (PA-17) said “There is no doubt that the President committed what is in the article of impeachment that’s been written. I think it’s the job of the House of Representatives to vote on the article, to help protect our communities from this President.”
Across the aisle, Republican Congressman Mike Kelly (PA-16) says that 25th Amendment should not be Invoked or that there should be another impeachment proceeding.
“I would think it would be foolish to expect Mike Pence to say ‘I’m gonna sit down with the Cabinet and we’re going to remove this President from office.'” Rep. Kelly said.MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh City Council Hikes Pay By $16,000; City Controller Raises Concerns About Transparency
While that is being discussed, the FBI is warning of potential armed protests ahead of President-Elect Joe Biden’s inauguration on January 20th by supporters of President Trump in Washington, D.C. and in other states — including Pennsylvania and right here in Pittsburgh.