President Donald Trump was charged: Hailey Bieber and more stars react


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The House of Representatives has spoken, and now Hollywood is influencing.

On Wednesday night, the House voted to approve two articles of political trial, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, against the president Donald Trump. The representatives voted to a large extent along the lines of the party and the Democrats reached the majority of 2/3 required to agree on both articles.

This vote officially marks the dismissal of the 45th president of the United States, making Donald Trump the third president to be dismissed by the House of Representatives in the history of the United States, along with Andrew Johnson and Bill clinton.

At the time of the vote, the president was in Michigan for an electoral rally, but decided not to directly address his current status. However, comments are unnecessary, since their accounts on social networks reflect their opinion on the matter. Triumph tweeted Earlier today, "SUCH ATROCIOUS LIES FOR THE RADICAL LEFT, DO NOT DO ANYTHING DEMOCRAT. THIS IS AN ASSAULT IN AMERICA AND AN ASSAULT IN THE REPUBLICAN PARTY !!!!"

The 73-year-old man, who is almost three years old in his first term, must now await a trial in the Senate to determine if he will be removed from office.

It is safe to say that Tinseltown is speaking positively about the historical news of Washington.

Cole SprouseHe was one of the first celebrities to react. He shared a photo of Trump with the caption: "Goodbye. Goodbye. Sack of (poop emoji)."


Equally, Hailey Bieber He used a quality meme to express his feelings. "Goodbye Felicia," he joked about his IG story.

Alyssa MilanoHe took a different approach to tonight's results and revealed how he feels in the light of the news. "I was waiting for this moment but I was hoping to be happier. Maybe jump and dance happily. Maybe. But I'm sad and heartbroken," said the actress. shared. "What you have left behind cannot be erased with this vote. The intolerance and xenophobia that has emboldened. Lies. It will take generations to recover."

He added: "This is a terrible day in the history of our country. But it is a great defense of our democracy."

Meanwhile, many other celebrities simply share photos of people who eat peaches. Josh Gad joked, "Tastes good."

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