Trump considers written testimony in on going impeachment process. President Trump said on Monday he was going to “strongly considers” the written testimony of his impeachment as part of a week-old report on the contentious activities he had been performing involving Ukraine.
In the morning tweets, Trump said he may take over House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on a proposal she made over the weekend. Trump also stated that the rules of the investigation had been “rigged” by Pelosi and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif.).
To return for investigations by former vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden and a debunked claim about alleged Ukranian involvement in the presidential 2016, the Democrats are trying to confirm trump’s reward for military assistance and an oval office meeting.
As Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell (R-ky.) spoke to reporters in Kentucky on Monday, he told the House that he would not imagine a scenario in which his house would vote to remove Trump if he were brought to justice.
Pelosi wrote in a recent letter to his Democratic colleagues on Monday that the details of the prosecution investigation were “uncontested,” saying that President Trump “abused of his powers at the detriment of our national security interests of his own personal, political benefits.”
According to Pelosi, the fact is that aid has only been published when the whistleblower discloses the facts of coercion and corruption from the President and the House conducts a formal investigation,” Pelosi said, referring to the anonymous whistleblower, the report of which prompted a criminal inquiry.
She also argued that no one comes to Congress to convict a president, but to benefit the working families of America. In her view, the first duty of the house is to our pledge support and protection from all domestic and international enemies of the Constitution.
Since President Trump considers written testimony, it may become part of the long winding impeachment process if he goes ahead.