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Trump impeachment investigation – “Good day for Trump, bad day for Democrats”

Washington: The White House has said that the first day of impeachment hearing by the House Judiciary Committee was a good day for President Donald Trump and a bad day for Democrats.

“It was a good day for President Trump and a bad day for Democrats,” the White House said on Wednesday, at the end of the first day of impeachment hearings against Trump by the committee, which completely opposed him. Decided to press charges.

On Wednesday, three out of four legal experts told lawgivers that Trump’s conduct with Ukraine was reflective of his abuse of the power of office and unteachable.

The fourth legal expert, invited by Republicans, countered the argument made by his other Democratic-leaning panelists, saying Trump did no wrong.

White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said, “The hearing of only three liberal professors (House Judicial Committee) chairman (Jerold) Nadler was his political bias against the president.”

It did nothing to change the fact, the president did nothing wrong, despite listening to this embarrassing process for weeks. He said that Congress should work for the American people.

The United States-Mexico-Canada trade agreement, infrastructure, and drug pricing all await Speaker Pelosi’s action. Instead, House Democrats continue to ignore their constituents by focusing on this pathetic and desperate partner, with Grisham saying Democrats showed an intention to move forward with their process to bring impeachment to the president.

Democrats have a majority in the House of Representatives from where there is a possibility of passing a no-confidence motion on Donald Trump.

However, the Senate, which will hold the test, is unlikely to do so because Republicans hold a majority in the upper chambers of Congress.

An impeachment against Trump will only succeed if many Republican senators change sides and join Democrats on the issue.

For a significant part of the day, scholars continued to debate Trump’s impeachment.

The president refuses to participate in monitoring the constitutional obligation of the House in any way, breaking the constitution, ”law professor Noah Feldman told members of the House Judiciary Committee.

“It basically says that no one can supervise me. No one can influence me. First, I will stop the witnesses from appearing. And then I will refuse to participate in any way. And then I’d say you don’t have enough evidence. Tell me, Feldman said.

The obvious purpose of this activity is to close an investigation and actually use the president’s power each time, according to the facts, that he is unique to his office, but in a way that helps him with the investigation, by Michael Gerhardt Said, Distinguished Professor of Jurisprudence at Burton Craig North Carolina School of Law.

Meanwhile, in a related development, Nadler has told his Democratic colleagues to stay in the city over the weekend and not return to their congressional districts.

The Judiciary Committee may hold a mock hearing in preparation for a possible Monday hearing on the 300-page impeachment report of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.


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