- Donald Trump has been impeached for a second time and the internet has been buzzing with opinions and responses
- Celebrities did not miss the chance to add their voices to the online chorus and posted their thoughts to social media
- Chrissy Teigen and Cardi B were notable names who have always opposed the Trump administration and posted their reactions to the impeachment news
News of Donald Trump's impeachment has been making headlines across the globe and dominating the conversations on social media.
Even A-list celebrities couldn't help but react and took to their social media platforms to share thoughts and feelings about the first president to ever be impeached twice.
Chrissy Teigen and Cardi B, both longtime Trump critics, posted their reactions. Jesse Tyler Ferguson from Modern Family mocked the outgoing president along with comedian Billy Eichner.
Broadway legend Bette Midler simply posted:
Cardi B's post was a snippet of a Vogue interview where she was asked who her least favourite president and she sarcastically answered:
"The one that's gonna get impeached"
She captioned the video with an"I been told yaaa" to convey how right she was about the situation.
Chrissy Teigen was quick to comment and brought her signature tongue-in-cheek wit as she wrote:
"I didn’t even know you could be impeached twice. I thought it was like dying"
Check out the celeb reactions below:
YEN.com.gh reported on the impeachment trial's result and its ramifications should it pass from the House through to the Senate.
For the second time in two years, United States president, Donald Trump has been impeached by the US House of Representatives led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Trump who only has few days to the expiration of his tenure was impeached after he incited his followers to attack the capitol in an effort to stop the certification of Joe Biden's presidential election win.
The Democrats alongside some of their Republican colleagues voted to impeach the controversial president on allegation of "incitement of insurrection."
The resolution passed 232 to 197. With this, Trump has made history as the only American president impeached twice.
10 Republican party members voted to impeach him, however, it is unknown when the House will send the article of impeachment over to the Senate.
After the Senate receives the article, a trial will take place and if enough senators vote to convict him, Trump will be removed from office.
The senators can also vote to ban him from taking public office again. Meanwhile, the trial might not take place during Trump's administration as he is set to leave office in some days' time. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is expected to determine when the trial will take place.