It paves the way for Mr Trump to become the first U.S. president to be impeached twice and could lead to him facing a trial if 67 of the nation's 100 senators agree. David Cicilline (D-R.I.), Ted Lieu (D-Torrance) and Raskin has only one charge: "incitement of insurrection".
Democrats introduced the impeachment article Monday charging Trump with "incitement of insurrection" in urging his supporters to march on the U.S. Capitol last week, as well as a resolution that calls on Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to the Constitution to remove him from office before January 20.
"I do have concerns, and so does Speaker Pelosi" about the impact on Biden's administration, Clyburn said on CNN's "State of the Union".
Authorities are seeking to arrest more Trump supporters who violently stormed the Capitol on Wednesday after the president held a rally outside the White House repeating false claims that he had lost the election to Biden due to fraud.
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Speaker Nancy Pelosi has, meanwhile, announced that the House of Representatives will consider a resolution later on Monday to urge Vice President Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment in order to remove President Trump from office. Citi's head of global government affairs, Candi Wolff, said in a Friday memo to employees, "We want you to be assured that we will not support candidates who do not respect the rule of law".
Freshman Rep. Cori Bush, D-Mo., also introduced a resolution "to expel members who voted to overturn the election and incited a white supremacist coup that has left people dead", she said in a tweet Sunday.
A stunning end to Trump's final 10 days in office was underway as lawmakers warned of the damage the president could still do before Joe Biden was inaugurated on January 20.
Pence has privately dismissed the possibility that he would convene the cabinet to remove Trump.
Among Republicans there's no emerging, unified position on a response to Trump's actions on January 6, but it's clear most will oppose impeachment.
Pelosi confirmed on Sunday night that the House will proceed with legislation to do so in the coming days.More news: Photos of free school meal packages in the United Kingdom spark outrage online
The move would still require McConnell's consent to proceed, as both the majority and the minority leaders would need to sign off on it.
The 25 Amendment allows for the president to be removed if he is deemed "unfit" to hold office.
Support from Trump is waning even within his own Republican Party, though it is thought that no Congress Republicans would support impeachment.
Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse said he would take a look at any articles that the House sent over.
The Democratic effort to stamp Trump's presidential record - for the second time - with the indelible mark of impeachment advanced rapidly after the riot. Pence's office did not respond to questions about the issue.More news: What is Parler and why has it been pulled offline?