The U.S. House of Representatives voted Wednesday to set aside an impeachment resolution against President Donald Trump, effectively killing the measure for now but not burying the issue that has divided Democrats.
The resolution’s sponsor, Democratic Rep. Al Green, was seeking to capitalize on growing criticism of Trump after the president’s recent attacks on minority congresswomen.
The House voted 332 to 95 to table the measure.
Green had failed twice before to get an impeachment resolution passed, but Wednesday marked the first time the full House had addressed the matter since Democrats took the majority earlier this year.
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