The second impeachment of President Donald Trump is officially underway and House members did not hold back at the microphone.

Maryland Representative Steny Hoyer dug deep at the president during his speech, even changing the meaning of Trump's famed campaign slogan "MAGA," which normally stands for "Make American Great Again."

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They had the hats on of the army of MAGA, which I refer to as Make American Grieve Again.

Steny Hoyer 

The new meaning comes a week after Pro-Trump rioters stormed the United States Capitol building, which is now where Donald Trump's impeachment trial is happening.

"We grieved at Fort Sumpter, we grieved at December 7, 1941, and we grieved on 9/11, and yes we grieved on January 6 of this year," said Hoyer. 

Those wishing to see the president impeached for the second time quickly got behind the new meaning.

The Democrat-controlled U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote to impeach the president because of "inciting violence" on the day of the Capitol riots.

Once it goes through the House it will then move to the Senate, where a two-thirds majority would be needed to convict the incumbent president. 

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