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WASHINGTON — The House on Wednesday killed an attempt to impeach President Trump for statements that the chamber condemned this week as racist, turning aside an accusation that he had brought “ridicule, disgrace and disrepute” to his office. The move split Democrats, underscoring the divisions within the party over whether they should use their majority to charge Mr. Trump and try to remove him from office, with 95 signaling their support for at least considering the question further, and 137 moving to stop the current effort in its tracks.
originally posted by: UKTruth
The Democrat plan is this:
Start the impeachment process in summer 2020. That will coincide with the election and tie Trump up during the campaign process, dominating the news cycle as a lengthy show trial is ongoing.