McCarthy, GOP-controlled House consider expunging Trump impeachments
Dozens of Republicans support reviving a resolution to expunge the impeachment charges that were filed by the last congress
The new GOP-controlled House majority is considering expunging former President Trump's two impeachments.
"We’d look at it," House Speaker Kevin McCarthy told the Washington Times.
The California Republican suggested Trump should never have been impeached by the Democrat-control House over his 2016 presidential campaign allegedly having have colluded with Russia.
“When you find that the final information of the Russia document is all a lie, and we watch what he went through, I would understand why members would want to bring that forward,” Mr. McCarthy said.
According to the Washington Times, dozens of Republicans support reviving a resolution to expunge the impeachment charges that were filed by the last congress.
If passed, the matter would have then go to the Democrat-controlled Senate where its chances of passage are unlikely.