Impeachment Trial Member of Prosecutor's Office "Deserving President Trump Dismissal" Jan. 23, 6:16 AM
An impeachment trial to decide whether to dismiss U.S. President Trump over Ukrainian allegations was heard on the second day, and Democrats in the role of prosecutor said in an "opening statement" that "President Trump has been re-elected. He committed wrongdoing, "he renewed, claiming that Trump's actions were worthy of firing.
Last month, Trump was sentenced to impeachment in the lower house of the Parliament last month for alleged "abuse of power" that put pressure on Ukraine for his political interests, and dismissed the president in the upper house of parliament on May 22 The second day hearing of the impeachment trial was held.
The trial began with an `` opening statement '' by lawmakers serving as prosecutors, while Opposition and Democratic Rep. Schiff said. Frozen.
In other words, he committed wrongdoing. " The prosecutor's "opening statement" is expected to take place over a 24-hour period over a three-day period, followed by a three-day defense counsel.
The Democratic Party has demanded that Bolton, who was allegedly informed of the truth of the allegations, be summoned as witnesses, and hopes to achieve the summons by cutting down moderate Republican senators.
On the other hand, the Republican Party is aiming for an early start, and wants to end the trial as soon as possible this month.