In order to “turn the tables” of the election results, Trump put pressure on Georgia officials hard and softly, and the one-hour audio exposure caused an uproar to the world.
On January 5th, local time, James Clyburn, the majority whip of the U.S. House of Representatives, said that impeaching Trump was meaningless and possible, and now it only needed to wait for an investigation.
In a call with the Georgia Secretary of State, Trump’s request to “find” the votes he could win the election in the state was suspected of being unconstitutional. Once it is confirmed that Trump has acted unconstitutionally, Trump will probably be charged criminally.
Claiborne said: “I suspect that if all the contents of the recorded call are investigated, the local government of Georgia will file a criminal charge.
I hope the investigation will continue, even after the inauguration day of the President of the United States on January 20.
Now, I want the House to focus on preparing for a new administration.”