The U. S. House of Representatives holds hearings and listens to testimonies from witnesses, if
most of the members vote for impeachment then it moves to the U. S. Senate.
The United States Constitution in Article 1
Section 3-clauses 6 and 7 gave the Senate the Sole Power to try all impeachments. When the
President of the United States is tried, the Chief Justice presides.
After all witnesses have been heard, the Senate will vote.
The Constitution requires a two-thirds vote from the 100 member Senate, meaning 67
Senators will have to find the President guilty to remove him from office.