Following the 2nd impeachment of President Donald J. Trump, is it likely the Senate will convict him? Does the repeated use of impeachments cheapen the whole process? Is America more divided on partisan lines than ever before? And could Christian leaders end up in an invidious position in the next few years, because of how they've acted during the Trump Presidency?
At midday, we'll be talking to Dr Matthew Mokhefi-Ashton, lecturer in politics at Nottingham Trent University, to find out! Tune in from 12 midday at www.twr.org.uk...
US President Donald J. Trump has been impeached by the House of Representatives - making him the first President to ever be impeached twice.
10 Republican Representatives voted with the Democrats, to impeach Mr Trump on the charge of inciting insurrection, following last week's riots in Washington DC, and the attack on the US Capitol building by some pro-Trump demonstrators. 5 people were killed, including 1 police officer.
Mr Trump said earlier that his words at a rally before the riots broke out were "entirely appropriate" and that he had called for peaceful demonstrations.
The House will now decide when to pass the articles of impeachment on to the Senate. It would take a two-thirds majority there to remove the President from office.