President Trump has been impeached in the House of Representatives. Both articles of impeachment passed the threshold of 215 votes, meaning that the president will have to stand trial in the Senate, where he can be indicted and removed from office. Because Republicans hold a majority in the Senate and the indictment needs the votes of two-thirds of senators, this is less likely to happen.
The House voted largely along party lines, with two Representatives, Jefferson Van Drew (D-NJ) and Collin Peterson (D-MN) voting no on both articles. The two Democrats had come out about their plans in the days leading up to the impeachment. Another Democrat, Hawaiian Representative and presidential primary candidate Tulsi Gabbard, voted present. Four House seats are currently empty, bringing the total count of House member eligible for a vote to 431 and the threshold to 215. Three members, two Republicans and one Democrat, did not participate in the vote. The sole House Independent, Justin Amash (I-MI), voted for impeachment.