Biden Fully on Board with Trump Impeachment Trial

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Nearly one full week into Joe Biden’s presidency shows the stark contrast between his remarks on unity and his actual commitment towards it. Just about anyone can speak of unifying and healing a nation; although, the actions and policies of a national leader speak volumes.

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The 46th president’s re-entry into the Paris Climate agreement and removal of Keystone XL pipeline is dividing people, as is Biden’s violation of his own federal mask mandate. Biden speaks of unity, but continues to rule via executive order; this president has signed more executive orders during his first few days in the White House than virtually any other president.
In another break away from unity and healing, Biden is now openly in favor of the Senate’s upcoming impeachment trial against Donald Trump, a former U.S. president, Breitbart News confirms.

Biden on the Impeachment Trial of Trump

Yesterday, the House of Representatives formally turned over their lone article of impeachment against Trump to the Senate. The single impeachment article accuses Trump of inciting an insurrection and seeks conviction in the Senate on this basis alone. Days ago, the nation learned that the trial of Trump will start in roughly two weeks.
Republicans in the House and Senate have reached out to the 46th president, urging him to call off Democrats’ impeachment efforts. Congressional GOP members argue that pushing ahead with impeachment proceedings against an out-of-office, former president will only divide Americans.

Biden doesn’t think so, though, and if he does view a Trump impeachment trial as divisive, he just doesn’t care. Yesterday, when the 46th president spoke to the media, he declared that the Senate impeachment trial “has to happen.” Biden then stated that the ultimate outcome in America would be “worse” if the Senate didn’t hold a trial.

No Unity Under a Biden Administration

After six days of a Biden administration, it seems more than apparent that there’s no unity to be had under the current White House leadership.

The 46th president has yet to back his verbal talk of unity with supporting policies and actions. Many Americans have pointed this out, in addition to other issues with the Biden administration. Thus far, the Democrat president’s made virtually no efforts to reach across the aisle, work with Republicans, or show the nation that he’s serious about unity.
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