Donald Trump Trump's Political Trial Opens a New Phase In The US Congress

The impeachment process of Donald Trump, known as impeachment, opens its next chapter on Wednesday, December 4.

This is the first hearing to be held by the judicial committee of the US Congress, in which the president could participate as provided by the regulations.

Trump could not only come, but his lawyers would also be empowered to interrogate the participating witnesses.


According to the Democratic projection, the final vote in the House of Representatives to judge Donald Trump could take place on December 25, with a view to holding a Senate trial in January.

What do they accuse Trump of?

Trump is being accused of pressuring President of Ukraine Volodimir Zelenski to initiate an investigation against Hunter Biden, son of Joe Biden and Democratic candidate for the 2020 presidential election.

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Trump would have turned the US support for Ukraine into exchange currency to pursue personal goals that would benefit his possible re-election, which would authorize a new four-year term in the White House.

Throughout the impeachment, the president has disqualified the process, ensuring that it is a political trick of the Democrats that, in addition, distracts Congress from its true obligations, such as the approval of the Mexico, United States Canada (TMEC) Treaty.

"Research will continue"

Democratic lawmaker Hakeem Jeffries said the job of the US Congress is to investigate the facts in the impeachment process of President Donald Trump, regardless of whether or not he has the support of the polls.

The position of the legislator responded to the journalist Chris Wallace who asked him on Fox News Sunday his opinion on the fact that support for impeachment, a process that could culminate with the impeachment of the president, has fallen to 48 percentage points, according to a poll.

“You have presented your best case to the public for two months so far. 30 hours of televised hearings, twelve witnesses, and the public seems not to be buying it at this point, ”Wallace challenged.




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