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Trump can be damned for two reasons

After a nearly four-month investigation and a three-week open hearing, the US Congress Intelligence Committee released a detailed report last Tuesday. In the wake of the story, President Trump pressured Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelinsky to investigate damaging information about his political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden. To that end, he imposed temporary restrictions on Ukraine’s nearly $ 5 million in economic and military aid set by Congress.
The report has been handed over to the Judiciary Committee of Congress. It is the responsibility of this committee to determine the reasons for which Trump will be prosecuted, and for what information. As part of this work, the Judicial Committee has held an open hearing from Wednesday. Earlier on Tuesday, the Intelligence Committee decided to send the report to the judiciary committee by a vote of 3-1. Democratic and Republican members of the committee voted for their party.
After a nearly four-month investigation and a three-week open hearing, the US Congress Intelligence Committee released a detailed report last Tuesday. In the wake of the story, President Trump pressured Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelinsky to investigate damaging information about his political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden. To that end, he imposed temporary restrictions on Ukraine’s nearly $ 5 million in economic and military aid set by Congress.

The report has been handed over to the Judiciary Committee of Congress. It is the responsibility of this committee to determine the reasons for which Trump will be prosecuted, and for what information. As part of this work, the Judicial Committee has held an open hearing from Wednesday. Earlier on Tuesday, the Intelligence Committee decided to send the report to the judiciary committee by a vote of 3-1. Democratic and Republican members of the committee voted for their party.

The committee also sent a copy of the report to President Trump. Trump rejected the report, calling it Democrats. The use is anti-patriotic. Claiming himself completely innocent, Trump said what the Democrats are doing is very harmful to the country.

The Intelligence Committee report details the misuse of Trump’s power in everyday language, along with detailed information. The report mentions the testimony of current and former officials of the Trump administration during a three-week open hearing. Besides, a call list or log of former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and other individuals has been attached to the White House. According to reports, through Juliani, Trump tried to pressure Ukraine.

The 5-page report contains accurate details of how Trump and the White House misused power and obstructed the prosecution, but there is no recommendation on which grounds the trial will be written. Experts speculate that based on this report, the judicial committee will probably propose two mitigation clauses. One is an abuse of power; the other is obstruction of Congress. Consequently, Congress has the legal right to impeach the President if he fails to perform his duties or abuses his power. President Trump declined to cooperate with the impeachment process. Although summoned by Congress, top officials of the US administration, including Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo, refused to attend the congressional hearing under Trump’s direction. In the eyes of Congress, this is a hindrance to the judicial process, which is admirable.

The first of the three sections that Congress approved of Nixon’s impeachment in 1970 was the obstruction of justice. Congressman Adam Schiff, chief of the Detective Committee, said they had not yet completed their investigation, but enough evidence had already been collected. The timeline for additional information will be meaningless. In an interview with the Washington Post, he hinted that the way Trump tried to use military and financial aid instead of starting an investigation into Joe Biden could be considered as an inexorable outrage. This is an appalling crime. It is assumed that the judicial committee can include abuses in the abuse of power and obstruction of the justice process.

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