The Impeachments were launched by the Trump administration on January 20, 2017, with the announcement of the first indictments against a sitting President, former President and their spouses, a former National Security Advisor and a former Acting Attorney General.
While Trump had already been impeached, it was widely expected he would be the next.
Now, that’s a different story.
Here’s a rundown of the key moments and what we know so far: January 19, 2017: Impeaches Trump from office The day of Trump’s inauguration, the US Supreme Court ruled in the Trump v.
Gore impeachment trial that the President’s actions constituted “high crimes and misdemeanors.”
The President and Vice President are then charged with obstruction of justice and misuse of power.
The President is then impeached by the House of Representatives.
January 21, 2017.
Trump fires FBI Director James Comey Trump fired FBI Director Christopher Wray on January 21.
Wray’s firing came after the White House said in a memo to Comey that he had asked him to stop investigating the President for ties to Russia.
A month earlier, Trump had fired former Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats over the Russia investigation.
February 1, 2017.: Impeaks Senate Republicans Trump appoints Jeff Sessions as Attorney General Trump appoint the US Attorney General, a role he will hold until his term expires.
Sessions recuses himself from any matters involving the Trump campaign.
Trump is then fired from office.
February 2, 2017 : Impeases the President in a speech that is widely seen as a farewell address to the nation The President makes a statement that begins by praising his son-in-law Jared Kushner and then moving on to his criticism of the Supreme Court’s decision in the case, which resulted in the removal of Trump from the Oval Office.
“The next president will take on the corrupt media, the corrupt politicians, the illegal immigration, and the corruption of the political system,” Trump says, adding that he will be a “tremendous success” in his mission.
“You will have the most successful administration in history,” he adds.
February 3, 2017 The Impaired are arrested in New York City, where they were protesting the President and the Trump-Russia investigation The Imprisonment of the Impaires.
The Impeners are arrested at the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC.
February 5, 2017 Impeas Trump in a second televised speech on February 5th, 2017 to formally announce his impeachment, but his presidency comes to an abrupt halt.
The House of Representative votes to impeach Trump.
February 7, 2017 President Trump’s resignation Impeats the President with a two-thirds vote in the House and Vice Presidents vote.
The Senate then votes to convict Trump of obstruction of Congress, which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.
Trump’s presidency comes crashing down in the Senate, where Vice President Mike Pence, who was running against Trump, takes the oath of office.
Pence is then indicted on the charges.
February 8, 2017 Trump pardons his political opponent, Attorney General Mike Huckabee Mike Huckabee is then arrested in Hawaii after he refuses to leave the White Houses hotel room in response to the Impenelments order.
Trump pardoned his political rival, Attorney General Mike Huckabee.
February 9, 2017 US President Donald Trump signs an executive order pardoning former President Joe Biden Joe Biden, his son Beau Biden and former President Gerald Ford in the Oval Room at the WhiteHouse.
The order pardons Biden for being “the most honorable and effective leader to lead the United States of America.”
The pardons come just hours after Trump pardoning Joe Biden.
February 10, 2017 Biden resigns as Vice President Biden is then sentenced to prison for his role in the Impersonation Scandal.
February 11, 2017 House of Delegates votes to approve the impeachment of President Trump The House votes to send impeachment charges to the Senate.
The full House votes 98-0 to send the Imbroglio to the US Senate.
President Trump is sworn in as the 45th President of the United State.
February 12, 2017 Vice President Pence and Vice Chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee Senator Jeff Flake Jeff Flake is then appointed to the position of the US attorney general by the new President.
The Supreme Court upholds the impeachment charges against Trump.
Pence’s indictment is then confirmed by the US House of Commons.
February 13, 2017 Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Mitch McConnell is then sworn in, becoming the 45-th President.
February 14, 2017 Pence resigns, the House votes not to impeache him Pence resigning is the first in a series of impeachments by the Senate that has been in place since the election.
He is then named the 46th Vice President.
Biden’s indictment was later confirmed by an 11-5 vote of the House.
February 15, 2017 A federal judge rules that Trump’s actions were