Donald Trump was acquitted of all charges by the US Senate in the impeachment trial.

US President Donald Trump was acquitted of all charges by the US Senate in a impeachment trial here on Wednesday. By 52 votes against 48, US President Trump was found not guilty on charges of misuse of power. Along with this, he was also acquitted of another charge of impeachment.

US President Donald Trump was acquitted of all charges by the US Senate in a impeachment trial here on Wednesday. By 52 votes against 48, US President Trump was found not guilty on charges of misuse of power. Along with this, he was also acquitted of another charge of impeachment. Here he won with 53 votes against 47, while US President Donald Trump addressed a joint session of both houses of parliament on Tuesday. This was Trump's third State of the Union address. This time the theme of the State of the Union is 'It's the Great American Comeback!' (America's Great Return). During this time, there was a tussle between the President and Speaker of the lower house of Parliament (House of Representatives) Nancy Pelosi. As Trump headed to the podium just before his address, Pelosi stepped up from his chair to wave his hands as a greeting, But the President ignored it and went ahead. Vice President Mike Pence clapped several times during Trump's speech, while Speaker Nancy Pelosi sat in his place. After this, as soon as Trump finished the speech, Pelosi tore the copy of his address to everyone in Parliament.