Trump Impeachment Case: US President Trump wants impeachment hearing in Senate


The Democrats dominate the Trump Impeachment Case in the House of Representatives and the Republicans in the Senate. Trump targeted the Chairman and Speaker of the parliamentary inquiry committee.

US President Donald Trump said on Friday that he would like a hearing in the Senate if the House of Representatives advances the impeachment process against him. Trump’s opposition Democratic Party dominates the House of Representatives, while Trump’s Republican Party holds a majority in the Senate, the upper house of Parliament.


Trump is accused of misusing the post for his political gains. Under this, he is accused of pressurizing Ukraine’s President, Volodymyr Zalensky, of launching a corruption investigation against his potential major rival Joe Biden in next year’s presidential election. It is also being alleged that Trump had asked Ukraine to stop military aid to create pressure.

Adam Steph and Nancy Pelosi fiercely whipped.

However, he has misrepresented the allegations and said that he had helped Ukraine the most. The Trump fiercely accused the Chairman of the impeachment enquiry committee, Adam Steph and Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi. Both were called good and bad.

Immigrants told their stories.

The impeachment investigation against Trump is now being held in a public hearing. In this, the immigrants, through their stories, conveyed the patriotic spirit of America. Trump, who is tough on immigration, calls him a threat to national security.

Immigrant too committed to America’s security

During the ongoing hearings against Trump, officials who played a crucial role in US national security have sought to underline their immigrant background by stating that immigrants are committed to US security.

Fiona Hill originally a former member of the National Security Council (NSC) of Northeast England, Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Windman, an army officer who worked in the NSC, former US Ambassador to Ukraine Mary Yovanovich and Presidential Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland Told.

Trump can get a living.

Experts say that no witnesses at the impeachment hearing have yet stated that Trump was directly instructed to stop military aid to Ukraine. If Trump proved the order, his departure was certain. Members of Trump’s party also say that it would have been against them even if it had been proved that the President had asked to stop helping.


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