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The impeachment will not affect Trump, he will remain in office and can still contest in 2024 - FFK

The impeachment will not affect Trump, he will remain in office and can still contest in 2024 - FFK

Femi Fani Kayode (FFK) has aired his personal view on what will be the outcome of the impeachment of the incumbent President of the USA, Donald Trump. According to Mr Femi, the impeachment does not take anything away from Donald Trump. He said he will remain in office and can still contest in the year 2024.

Donald Trump who is the 45th American President, was impeached by the House yesterday due to the role he played that led to the invasion of the Capitol on the 6th of January. The House of Representatives charged him with “incitement to insurrection” for his role in stirring up a mob of supporters that stormed the Capitol last week.

Nancy Pelosi, House Speaker

The House voted 232 to 197 on Wednesday in favour of his impeachment .Ten members from the Republican party and all the Democratic members of the house voted for his impeachment.

Reacting to the impeachment, Femi Fani Kayode said the Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi has done her worse, but it will have no meaningful impact on Trump because the matter ends there and will not go to the Senate. He added that Trump will remain in office and can still run in 2024. The MAGA movement remains strong and millions allover the world love Trump, he added.


Unfortunately for Femy Fany Kayode, many of his followers who reacted to his post, disagreed with him this time.

One of those who reacted with the username, @GabrielOlushol7 said, Mr Femy has disappointed his followers, he wondered why Trump is still support Trump in spite of the violence he has been accused of inciting.

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