As Democrats hold a strong majority in the House, the vote is likely to pass. The case will then head to the Senate, where a trial to determine the president’s guilt will be conducted.
In order to convict Mr Trump, a two-thirds majority would be required there, meaning at least 17 Republicans would have to vote for conviction. As many as 20 Republicans in the Senate are open to convicting the president, reports the New York Times.
It is not clear when a trial will take place, although it is doubtful that it will be done before Mr Trump leaves office on January 20, when Joe Biden will be sworn in as president.
An impeachment trial may also be used by the Senate to conduct a vote banning Mr Trump from ever running for office again. He has stated that in 2024 he plans to vote for President.
The vote on Wednesday indicates that it is possible that Mr Trump will become the first US president ever to be impeached twice.
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