The US State Department website says that Trump’s term is ‘ending on January 11’. world

The US State Department website says that Trump's term is 'ending on January 11'.  world

The US State Department website displayed a message Monday afternoon stating that President Donald Trump’s term had ended.

Donald J. While accessing the State.GO website on Trump’s biography, the user was confronted with the message “Donald J. Trump’s term ended on 2021-01-11 19:49:00.” (Donald J. Trump’s term ended on January 11, 2021, 19:49:00).

The time after the date also changed over time, giving the impression of a countdown.

Around 5:30 pm (Brasilia time), the material was removed from the air.

A Buzzfeed News reporter reportedly received information that it was an action taken by a disgruntled employee, but has not been confirmed.

There was no official statement regarding the cause of the message until the last update of this report.

On Monday, Democratic Party officials filed a request for impeachment against President Trump, accusing him of inciting a rebellion – culminating in the invasion of the United States Capitol last week.

The request argues that Trump’s speech, just before the invasion, would have encouraged violent action against representatives of the US legislative branch.

This is the second impeachment request against Trump made by House Democrats, who in December 2019 accused the president of forcing Ukraine to investigate Biden – at the time, the request was approved by a majority of the House , But did not proceed because the Republican-controlled Senate voted against it.

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As was the objection, the recommendation would be re-enacted on Tuesday (12) with the presence of full plenary.

The decision to follow the procedures provided in the 25th amendment has not been made by the legislature, it needs to be triggered by Pence with the support of the majority of the members of the presidential cabinet.

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