House impeaches Trump as Capitol riot probe continues What you need to know The House voted yesterday to impeach President Trump for inciting the US Capitol riot last week, making him the first US president to be impeached twice. The article of impeachment now goes to the Senate, where Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has made clear a trial won’t start until President-elect Joe Biden is sworn in. Law enforcement agencies meanwhile are on high alert as they continue to investigate the Capitol riot and try to prevent follow-up attacks ahead of Inauguration Day. 1:05 p.m. ET, January 14, 2021 Man photographed holding Confederate flag in US Capitol arrested, law enforcement official says From CNN's Evan Perez and Paul P. Murphy Kevin Seefried carries a confederate flag in the US Capitol Rotunda on January 6 in Washington, DC. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images Authorities have arrested a man who was pictured in the US Capitol last week holding a Confederate flag during a riot, according to a law enforcement official. The law enforcement official told CNN that Kevin Seefried of Delaware has been identified as the man in the photo. Charging documents were not immediately available. CNN has reached out to the FBI for comment and is pursuing more information.