US Democrats have no intention of impeaching President Trump’s impeachment investigation. Today, Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, handed over Ukrainian-related documents and arranged eyewitnesses to be suspected of Trump. Abuse of power to testify.
Agence France-Presse reported that the three Federal House Committees gave Pompeo a week to sort out the documents, and said that several State Department officials knew about Trump’s request for the Ukrainian government to assist him in his re-election campaign in the United States.
They also announced arrangements for five State Department officials to testify, including former US ambassador to Ukraine, Masha Yovanovitch, who is believed to have been dismissed earlier this year because of refusing to help Trump pressure Kiev to investigate former US vice presidents and cum Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
They said: “The committee is investigating how much harm Trump has on national security by President Trump’s pressure on Ukrainian intervention in our 2020 elections and the detention of Congress to assist Ukrainian counter-Russian aggression.”
Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker of the US House of Representatives, announced that the impeachment investigation will begin quickly, and the evidence that the whistleblower reported that Trump had abused his power and the White House attempted to cover up the truth was conclusive.
“This is a matter of national security: the US president betrayed his inauguration, jeopardizes the security of our country, and impedes the fairness of the election.” (Translator: Chen Yuting/Approved: Zhang Xiaowen) 1080928
CNN: The US House of Representatives may hold a hearing on the investigation of the Trump impeachment next week.
(Central News Agency, Washington, 27th, comprehensive foreign news report) Cable News Network (CNN) today quoted the chairman of the US House of Representatives Intelligence Committee to report that the intelligence committee may start hearing next week on the impeachment investigation of President Trump.
According to CNN, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff, said: “We will move as soon as possible.”
“But we have to see that witnesses will be prepared and need strong desires to act.”
CNN reported that Xie Anda said that the subpoena and evidence collection will be issued as soon as next week.