Trump impeachment explained


Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial opens on Tuesday, almost a year after his first.

He’s accused of inciting the 6 Jan attack on the Capitol by a crowd of his supporters. But members of his Republican party are mostly standing by him.

What’s the case against him and what are the chances of a conviction?

The BBC’s Paul Adams explains.

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