Donald Trump Does NOT Approve Of The Senate Taking a Political Trial Against Him; "a Fraud"

Donald Trump does NOT approve of the Senate taking a political trial against him; "a fraud"

Donald Trump, the president of the United States, disagrees with the Senate taking his political trial, therefore, said it is a "scam" what they want to do against him; this, only minutes after Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic leader in the House of Representatives, made known who will be the prosecutors who will lead the accusation against the Republican president.

Through his social networks, Donald Trump spoke about the controversial issue that could mean his dismissal as president of the United States.


Donald Trump in the "controversy"

"Here we go again, another scam orchestrated by the Democrats who don't go."

Here we go again, another Con Job by the Do Nothing Democrats. All of this work was supposed to be done by the House, not the Senate!

– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)
January 15, 2020

This response from Donald Trump comes only minutes after Nancy Pelosi made known who the Democratic legislators will act as prosecutors in the trial against the US president; These are Adam Schiff, Jerry Nadler, Hakeem Jeffries, Zoe Lofgren, Val Demings, Jason Crow and Silvia Garcia.

After that vote takes place, it is expected that this afternoon the prosecutors presented by Pelosi will have accusations against Trump ready; abuse of power and obstruction to Congress – to the Upper House.

The political trial against Trump could begin next Tuesday, according to Mitch McConnell, leader of the Republican majority in the Senate.

It is worth mentioning that the House of Representatives is controlled by the Democrats; Trump opponents. They approved the charges against the president and with that, the green light was given to the celebration of an "impeachment" – political trial – which will be carried out in the Senate, "governed" by the Republicans.

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Donald Trump is the third president who will face this process; the last was Bill Clinton, between 1998 and 1999.

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