House panel delays ancient Trump impeachment vote

House panel delays ancient Trump impeachment vote

The House Judiciary Committee has  postponed a ancient vote on articles of impeachment towards President Donald Trump, shutting down a divisive 14-hour session that dragged with sharp partisan divisions however had been predicted to quit with the prices being despatched to the full House for a vote next week.

Approval of the expenses towards the president is nonetheless predicted early Friday in the committee.

But the sudden turn on Thursday punctuated the sharp partisan split in the Congress, and the nation, over impeaching the president. The committee, made up of some of the most strident Democrats and Republicans in Congress, clashed for all day and into the night as Republicans insisted on prolonged debate on amendments designed to kill the two formal charges with no hope of winning votes from the majority Democrats.