What does the House of Commons think of the Senate impeachment?

The House of Representatives is to consider the Senate’s impeachment of US President Donald Trump.

RTE has learned the legislation will include the President’s removal from office, along with a list of offences that will be considered by the Senate.

The bill will be formally presented to the House before the House’s winter break on January 28.

The bill was originally proposed in December.

It was passed by the House on January 20 and is expected to pass the Senate on February 1.

As part of the bill, the President will be removed from office for a period of up to five years.

The President will have to resign from office within 24 hours of being impeached, with the Senate having the power to dismiss him from office.