How to read the impeachment papers

The House of Representatives voted yesterday to impeach President Trump for “repeatedly, systematically and illegally” failing to take adequate care of his health and for “abandoning his responsibility to the American people.”

The vote came after the House of Representative voted for impeachment on Thursday, but it’s unclear whether Trump will be impeached or acquitted of any of the charges.

According to the bill, Trump’s “continued disregard for the welfare of the American People” has “left him incapable of performing his duties as President.”

The impeachable offense is defined as “a gross neglect of duty and neglect of responsibility.”

It will take at least seven votes in the House and Senate to convict Trump of the impeachable crime.