The New York Times reports:
The House on Wednesday killed an attempt to impeach President Trump for statements that the chamber condemned this week as racist, turning aside an accusation that he had brought “ridicule, disgrace and disrepute” to his office.
But 95 Democrats signaled their support for impeachment, while 137 opposed it — a dramatic split signaling trouble ahead for a divided party.
The 332-95 vote to table the impeachment article drafted by Representative Al Green, Democrat of Texas, constituted the first action by the House since Democrats took control in January on a measure to impeach Mr. Trump, a significant move that Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California and other party leaders have toiled to avoid.
The House has voted 332-95 to table Rep. Al Green’s impeachment resolution, with 137 Democrats siding with 194 Republicans and independent Rep. Justin Amash, to kill the impeachment push. https://t.co/3UCn5amuWR pic.twitter.com/U9MULxNyGt
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