Donald Trump Is Angry About The Case Of Ukraine

Washington – President Donald Trump was angry Wednesday against the Democrats and the press in the case of the investigation into his dealings with Ukraine, hours after the Democratic leaders of the House of Representatives warned the White House to await a summons for the delivery of documents.

Democrats accused the government of "blatantly disregarding" previous requests, and pointed out that the refusal could be considered a fault that could lead to a political trial.

On the other hand, the Democrats accused Trump of "inciting violence" against the complainant, whose assertions have to do with national security, and advised the president and his government not to intimidate potential witnesses during the investigation aimed at opening a impeachment process against the president.


Adam Schiff should only be so lucky to have the brains, honor and strength of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. For a lowlife like Schiff, who completely fabricated my words and read them to Congress as though they were said by me, to demean a First in Class at West Point, is SAD!

– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 2, 2019

The complainant exposed a telephone call in July between Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, whom the US president asked to investigate his Democratic rival Joe Biden and his family. Democrats claim that this demand on Zelenskiy constitutes per se an abuse of power worthy of being examined for a political trial.

The Do Nothing Democrats should be focused on building up our Country, not wasting everyone’s time and energy on BULLSHIT, which is what they have been doing ever since I got overwhelmingly elected in 2016, 223-306. Get a better candidate this time, you'll need it!

– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 2, 2019

In presentations at the Oval Office and at a joint press conference with Finland's president, Sauli Niinisto, Trump was unusually angry at defending what he said was his "perfect" phone call with Zelenskiy.

Trump hinted, without presenting evidence, that the president of the House of Representatives Intelligence Commission, Adam Schiff, could have committed treason, and again without presenting evidence, said Biden and his son were "heartless dishonest."

At one point, Trump demanded a reporter who insisted on his dealings with Ukraine to change the subject.

"Ask the president of Finland any questions, please," he said, emphasizing each word, and in the end he said the reporter was "corrupt."

Trump declined to answer yes or no when asked if he would cooperate with the lower house to give him the documents he requested about Ukraine.

"Well, I always cooperate," he said, although his government has repeatedly hindered congressional investigations. "This is a farce."

Schiff, who accused Trump of inciting violence against the complainant, had said before that any attempt to interfere with the inquiries of the Democrats would be considered evidence of obstruction and could be included in articles for a political trial.

"We are not wasting time here," he said.

Trump showed no signs of giving in, tweeting a vulgarity during the press conference of the House of Representatives leaders and saying that "Democrats who do nothing should be focused on building our country." In broad criticism, Trump said that Schiff was a "bad survivor" and noted that San Francisco, where the president of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, has become a "tent city" of homeless people.

In recent days Trump has tweeted that he wants to "inquire" about the complainant, whether male or female, and ask questions, although the Whistleblower Protection Act protects that person's identity.



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