Trump was alleged to have abused power by using military aid to pressure Zelensky into investigating former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, a top-tier 2020 Democratic presidential contender, so as to help his re-election campaign. House Republicans on Friday asked Pelosi to made available un-redacted transcripts from closed depositions and hearings in the Trump impeachment inquiry to all House members. "Why are people running immediately to the White House counsel?"
Russian Federation and Europe adviser on the National Security Council Tim Morrison testified in the Congress that U.S. President Donald Trump delayed the military aid for Ukraine demanding the statement about initiating the investigation against Bidens and Ukrainian Burisma company.
Rick Perry, who has previously ignored a congressional subpoena to testify before House committees spearheading an investigation into the president's dealings with Ukraine, once again indicated he would not attend. Mr. Giuliani had been "making demands", this person said, in summarizing Col. Vindman's testimony, and the Ukrainian government wanted to know how to handle him.
Morrison was on the phone call in July when Trump asked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to look into the Bidens.
Not like Alexander, Yevgeny didn't pay attention to the dialog between the 2 leaders, throughout which Trump requested Zelensky to analyze former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter whereas almost $400 million in support was being withheld from Ukraine, a supply informed the Journal.
The instruction to stay quiet came after White House officials had already discussed moving a rough transcript of the call into a highly classified computer server, and the instruction was delivered by Eisenberg, who would later be involved in the administration's battle to keep an explosive whistleblower complaint about the call from being shared with Congress. Speaking to reporters at the White House before leaving for a rally in Tupelo, Mississippi, Trump called the impeachment inquiry "a hoax", while claiming that he did nothing wrong. He gave a report - he or she - but according to the newspapers it's a he.
No one comes to Congress to impeach a president, ' House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said before the vote. With the votes of at least 20 Republican senators needed to turn against Trump to oust him, his conviction remains unlikely.
"The Fake News Media knows who he is but, being an arm of the Democrat Party, don't want to reveal him because there would be hell to pay", Trump said. Then please consider donating today to ensure that Eurasia Review can continue to be able to provide similar content.