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Impeachment Trump, the Speaker of the Chamber appoints the representatives of the prosecution

2020-01-15T16:43:32.156Z

"This impeachment will last forever," said Nancy Pelosi in announcing the seven members of Congress who will have to lead the trial against the president in the American Senate



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January 15, 2020 Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the American Chamber, has announced the seven members of Congress who will represent the accusation during the impeachment process against President Donald Trump.


Among those chosen, the chairman of the Chamber Intelligence Commission Adam Schiff and the chairman of the Chamber Justice Commission Jerry Nadler, who have already conducted the investigations that led to the President's indictment.


Here are the seven representatives, as they appear on Pelosi's Twitter account:

Today, I have the privilege of naming the Managers of the impeachment trial of the President. #DefendOurDemocracy pic.twitter.com/Y2613Ni3pC

- Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi) January 15, 2020


Impeachment forever
However it goes, "this impeachment will last forever," said Nancy Pelosi in announcing the names of congressmen who will conduct the trial of Donald Trump in the Senate. Meanwhile, Democrats in the US House have presented new documents obtained by a close associate of President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, including a handwritten note.

Giuliani's letter
Rudolph Giuliani wrote to the President of Ukraine asking for a private meeting, telling him that Donald Trump "knew about it". The letter, made known by the House Democrats, is part of the documents handed over to investigators by the lawyers of Lev Parnas, one of the two businessmen - who are believed to be friends with Giuliani - arrested in October on charges of illegal financing for the presidential campaign.

The document is dated May 10, 2019. "Dear president-elect Zelensky - writes Giuliani - I am a private adviser to President Donald J. Trump. Just to be precise, I represent him as a private citizen, not as president of the United States" . Giuliani praises Zelensky, then goes on to the request: "I ask you for a meeting next Monday, May 13, or Tuesday May 14. I will not take more than half an hour away from you and I will be accompanied by my colleague Victoria Toensing, an authoritative American lawyer familiar with of the matter. "

No reference was made to the topic of the meeting, but the letter was written after Giuliani, in the New York Times, had announced a trip to Ukraine to look for evidence against Joe Biden's son, Hunter, a former member of a Ukrainian company in the gas finished under investigation for corruption. On July 25, in the famous phone call to the president's impeachment center, Trump asked Zelensky to have Biden and his son investigated to find out if there had been a case of corruption. Trump has always said he "did not direct" Giuliani in seeking evidence against his potential opponent in the upcoming presidential elections.

Source: rainews

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