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Texas Lawmakers Respond to Trump's Impeachment

Texas lawmakers voiced their opinions about the House of Representatives's decision to impeach President Trump on Wednesday

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After months of inquiry into whether President Trump's actions concerning Ukraine make him unfit for office, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to impeach him on Wednesday.

The House voted to adopt both articles of impeachment, voting largely along party lines.

Texas lawmakers took to Twitter Wednesday evening to share their thoughts about Trump's impeachment.

Eddie Bernice Johnson, District 30 (D-Dallas)

Kay Granger, District 12 (R-Fort Worth)

Marc Veasey, District 33 (D-Fort Worth)

John Ratcliffe, District 4 (R-Heath)

Ron Wright, District 6 (R-Arlington)

Roger Williams, District 24 (R-Weatherford)

Mike Conaway, District 11 (R-Midland)

Michael Cloud, District 27 (R-Victoria)

Filemon Vela, District 34 (D-Brownsville)

Vicente Gonzalez, District 15 (D-McAllen)

The impeachment process now goes to the U.S. Senate, which will handle the impeachment trial. In order for a president to be removed from office, two-thirds of the members must vote to convict him.

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