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On 18 December 2019 President Donald Trump was charged by the House of Representatives with an impeachment. And the world is abuzz in a week's time with varying opinions from people in different walks of life.

One such debate among Americans during the impeachment process is the position of the senators. During President Trump's trial, only three Democrats voted against the impeachment while all Republicans stayed support. It concentrated on the nation's political divide – thus many Americans stressed the need for perceived impartiality during these proceedings.

YouGov conducted a scenario survey involving more than 4,000 participants, who were asked about the importance of impartiality during impeachment trials. Approximately 71 percent of the Americans surveyed said it's very important to give their impartial views during these processes to senators.

After Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton, President Donald Trump became the 3rd US President to be impeached. During the jury he accused House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of handing down the most unjust prosecution in American history. Committee. Committee. Committee. Committee.

As for this report, however, Nancy Pelosi has not formally moved the articles of impeachment to the Republican-held Senate – who will determine whether or not Trump will stay in the Oval Office! In her reply, Pelosi says she is currently working on the Senate trial regulations with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, until the articles are formally forwarded.

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