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Chris Wallace said he felt ‘goosebumps’ as impeachment vote was cast

As the House voted successfully to move into the next stage of impeachment, ‘Fox News Sunday’ anchor Chris Wallace said that he “could feel” the historic gravity of the vote.

His statements. “As somebody who lived and covered Washington for 40 years, as they called the vote I have to say that I could feel it, feel sort of goosebumps,” Wallace said. “It’s a moment in history. We’re going to have some more, but you cannot overstate how dramatic this is and what a decision the Democrats have made to pursue this course.”

“You can have a difference of opinion of what that is. But this is the Constitution and the constitutional processes in action and it’s a dramatic moment,” he added.

On Thursday, The House approved moving forward with impeachment proceedings against Trump by a vote of 232-196. No Republican voted for the measure, Washington Examiner reports. Democrats started impeachment proceedings last month after a whistleblower alleged that Trump tried to withhold military aid from Ukraine unless they investigate former Vice President Joe Biden.