Speaker Nancy Pelosi (left) presided as the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives on December 18 passed Resolution 755 to impeach President Donald Trump. The two articles of impeachment will now pass to the Senate, where the majority leader is Republican Mitch McConnell (far right). Photos: AFPSpeaker Nancy Pelosi (left) presided as the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives on December 18 passed Resolution 755 to impeach President Donald Trump. The two articles of impeachment will now pass to the Senate, where the majority leader is Republican Mitch McConnell (far right). Photos: AFP
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (left) presided as the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives on December 18 passed Resolution 755 to impeach President Donald Trump. The two articles of impeachment will now pass to the Senate, where the majority leader is Republican Mitch McConnell (far right). Photos: AFP

Letters | In hurry to impeach Trump, Democrats are hurting core US values

  • Impeachment should not be a tool used for partisan aims, especially on charges as vague as those levelled against Trump. If Americans dislike Trump, they should vote him out at the elections

Topic |   Donald Trump impeachment
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (left) presided as the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives on December 18 passed Resolution 755 to impeach President Donald Trump. The two articles of impeachment will now pass to the Senate, where the majority leader is Republican Mitch McConnell (far right). Photos: AFPSpeaker Nancy Pelosi (left) presided as the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives on December 18 passed Resolution 755 to impeach President Donald Trump. The two articles of impeachment will now pass to the Senate, where the majority leader is Republican Mitch McConnell (far right). Photos: AFP
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (left) presided as the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives on December 18 passed Resolution 755 to impeach President Donald Trump. The two articles of impeachment will now pass to the Senate, where the majority leader is Republican Mitch McConnell (far right). Photos: AFP
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