On Feb. 5, 2020, Trump became the third president to stand trial in the Senate, after the impeachment held by the House of Representatives. On that occasion, he was acquitted.
Yesterday, the possibility of a second impeachment got a boost after the Capitol was taken by a mob prompted by Trump.
Lawmakers also suggested the possibility of removing him from office by using the 25th Amendment to the Constitution.
The rule states that the Vice President can remove the President from the White House if it is determined that "he is incapable of discharging the powers and duties of his office."
#UnitedStates | A 'living statue' depicting US President Donald Trump driving a golf cart over coronavirus and military themed tombstones while being followed by Fox News anchors is unveiled in Battery Park in New York. pic.twitter.com/Vm5rbnHxyh