House leaders have presented two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, accusing him of endangering national security and compromising the integrity of the 2020 election. The articles focus on his alleged abuse of power and obstruction of Congress — but steer clear of bribery charges. The committee's top GOP member, Georgia Rep. Doug Collins, said the move shows "they don't have a candidate that can beat" Trump.
When will legislators vote? The committee is expected to approve the articles this week, setting up a full House vote before Christmas.
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