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WASHINGTON (AP) – President Donald Trump is about to be impeached for the second time. Parliament is planning the unprecedented vote a week after encouraging a crowd of loyalists to fight the election results “like hell” and the US Capitol was the target of a deadly siege.

While Trump’s first impeachment last year didn’t get any Republican votes in the House of Representatives, a small but significant number of leaders and other lawmakers are breaking with the party to join the Democrats on Wednesday and are unwilling to renounce American decency and the American democracy continues to be jeopardized, even with days remaining in the presidential term.

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