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Democrats in the US House of Representatives introduced an article of impeachment on Monday, charging President Donald Trump with "incitement of insurrection," an item the House is expected to vote on this week.

Democrats said they had enough support to carry the charge through the House and move it to the Senate. A House vote is expected as early as Wednesday that could make him the only president in U.S. history to be impeached twice, following the 2019 charge he pressured Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden that Senate Republicans rejected.

If the House impeaches Trump for a second time, the Senate would not take up the charges until Jan. 19 at the earliest, Trump's last full day in office. Any trial could slow now president-elect Biden's moves after a Jan. 20 swearing-in to install Cabinet secretaries and pass more coronavirus relief.

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