In the history of America’s politics, two presidents, namely; President bill Clinton and president Andrew Johnson, faced impeachment hearings between 1868 and 1998, of which both were found not guilty to continue their tenure of office.

Today, Trump happens to be the third as the Senate gives their verdict on whether he stays in office or be removed from office.

His hearings were instituted by two accusations in an article that stated that he had abused his power as a president and obstruction of Congress. 

He has become the 3rd president in the history of America to be impeached



He has become the 3rd president in the history of America to be impeached. 


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On Wednesday, December 18, 2019, after voting for the first charge, it happened that all Democrats were in support of it, while Republicans were against the allegations.

During the second voting on the charge, Obstruction of Congress, Mr. Trump was addressing a campaign rally with his vice president at Michigan.

On the contrary, Trump’s Republican party members refuted the voting process on the second charges, which were tracked by a vote on rules to be established for the impeachment.

The situation has caused a total political polarization between two parties in governance. 

Therefore, the case is sent to the Senate to decide if Trump would continue his official duties or otherwise. 

Nonetheless, it will be unusual for him to be removed from office since the Republicans cover significant seats in the House of Representatives.

President Obama There’s good news for undocumented immigrants in the US. According to reports President Barack Obama intends to order changes that will significantly refocus the activities of the US governments 12,000 immigration agents.

New York times reports that President Obama is putting the finishing touches to a “memorandum that will allow lots of undocumented immigrants who have stayed and worked in the US for years and had children in the US obtain the necessary legal documents they need to stay and work in America.

Although Republicans are protesting against this move, President Obama will go ahead and announce as soon as next week an extensive revamp of the country’s immigration enforcement system that will protect up to 5 million undocumented immigrants the threat of deportation and provide them with work permits, according to officials who have direct knowledge of the plan.

This action may cover farm workers who migrated into the country illegally and are working with the nation’s agricultural sector; it will also extend to legal immigrants who have high -tech skills.

Is this a step in the right direction? Let us know your thoughts.


Mia Love and Tim Scott - Black Republicans make historyMia Love has became the First African-American Republican woman elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. It wasn’t just Utah’s Mia Love who made history!  South Carolina’s Tim Scott also who made history last night.

Mia Love is the First Black Republican Female Member of Congress in U.S. History

Tim Scott is the 3rd black politician to serve on the United States Senate from the South, and the first in over 130 years

Big Congrats To You Both!