Rep. Ilhan Omar said she is writing up articles of impeachment against Trump.

Members of Congress from New York state say theyre safe amid chaos in Washington, D.C., after a large number of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol to protest the election results.
The Democrat & Chronicle reports Sens. Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand and 26 members of the House of Representatives, all from New York, were on hand for a joint session of Congress to affirm the Electoral College votes with Joe Biden as the winner of the presidential election. After some Republicans objected to the certification of the votes, lawmakers from the House and Senate separated for two hours of debate.
At the same time, hundreds of protesters carrying Make America Great Again flags and wearing pro-Trump clothing clashed with police, eventually making their way inside the Capitol building and onto the Senate floor.
Shortly afterwards, lawmakers from New York let constituents and family members know they were safe. Rep. John Katko, R-Camillus, said he was safe inside a locked office and Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuyerville, said she and her staff were safe in an undisclosed location.
This is pure insanity, Katko told Weve got a real problem on our hands. Im shocked we werent better prepared from a security standpoint. Its absolutely stunning incompetence.
Americans have a Constitutional right to protest & freedom of speech, but violence in any form is absolutely unacceptable & anti-American, added Stefanik, who also planned to object to Biden electors Wednesday.
At least one Congress member, Rep. Mondaire Jones, D-South Nyack, Rockland County, went a step further and called for impeaching Trump.
Donald Trump has incited violence against the legislative branch of the United States Government and must be impeached again, Jones wrote on Twitter.
Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minnesota, agreed and said she is writing up articles of impeachment against Trump.
We cant allow him to remain in office, Omar wrote. Its a matter of preserving our Republic and we need to fulfill our oath.
President Trumps term ends on Jan. 20. He was previously impeached about a year ago, but was not removed from office.
Trump was accused of riling up his supporters earlier Wednesday with a speech near the White House that included baseless claims of election fraud.
We will not let them silence your voices, Trump told the crowd.
Nearly an hour after the U.S. Capitol Building was breached, Trump used Twitter to encourage protesters to remain peaceful.
I am asking for everyone at the U.S. Capitol to remain peaceful. No violence! Remember, WE are the Party of Law & Order respect the Law and our great men and women in Blue. Thank you! Trump tweeted.
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