Trump says impeachment inquiry is a 'hoax' being used for political gain
Trump says impeachment inquiry is a 'hoax' being used for political gainDemocrats have been looking into Trump's efforts to pressure Ukraine to investigate political rival Joe Biden, the former U.S. vice president who is seeking the Democratic nomination to face Trump in the 2020 election, and his son Hunter Biden, who was a board member of a Ukrainian energy company.
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Donald Trump is the subject of an impeachment inquiry over allegations that he improperly sought help from Ukraine to boost his chances of re-election. Mr Trump and his supporters allege Mr Biden abused his power to pressure Ukraine to back away from a criminal investigation that could implicate
President Donald Trump hits every button on high crimes and misdemeanors, abusing his presidential power in a way similar to President Richard Nixon, said Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., on ABC's "This Week."
"In the case of President Trump, not only has he abused his power to improperly to put his thumb on the scale for the election, he used a foreign policy to do it and that really hits all the buttons that the Founding Fathers were concerned about," Lofgren told ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos.
Trump: I was asking Zelensky to help America, not me
It’s all about “US,” the president tweeted.As the impeachment inquiries against President Donald Trump rocket forward, Trump tried Wednesday night to reframe the context of the phone call that sparked House Democrats' impeachment investigation. Rather than asking Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to dig up dirt on his domestic political rivals, Trump claimed that he had asked Zelensky to somehow help the nation as a whole.
"A President who perverts his role as chief diplomat to serve private rather than public ends has The language is an all-but-explicit reference to allegations that Trump abused his power when he asked Zoe Lofgren , who’d been a staffer for a Judiciary panel member in 1974, posted a copy online and
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At the time of Presidentimpeachment, Lofgren had served in Congress for four years. Sitting on House Judiciary, the congresswoman watched as the Republican-controlled committee articles of impeachment .
Trump to delay listing Mexican cartels as terrorist groups
President Donald Trump says he will hold off on designating Mexican drug cartels as terrorist organizations. In a tweet Friday, Trump says he was ready to issue a declaration but will hold off at the request of Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. There was no immediate confirmation from the Mexican government. Mexico had pushed back against Trump's plans, saying such a step by the U.S. could lead to violations of its sovereignty.
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President Donald Trump on Sunday, reaffirmed his commitment to end HIV and AIDS in 10 years. Trump 's tweet came on World AIDS Day, which is held on Dec. Longtime Rep . Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) suggested that House Democrats may not have enough votes in favor of articles
Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., a key defender of the president's dealings in Ukraine, appeared after Lofgren on "This Week" Sunday.
"What is so dizzying, George, is the evolving standard for impeachment from Democrats. Through most of 2019, Nancy Pelosi said she opposed impeachment, not because the Mueller facts weren't strong enough in her view, but because it wasn't bipartisan," Gaetz told Stephanopoulos.
During the Judiciary Committee'son Wednesday, four legal scholars evaluated whether the president's involvement with Ukraine constituted an impeachable offense. Three of the witnesses, invited by the Democrats, argued that President Donald Trump abused presidential power in his dealings with Ukraine. The other witness, invited by Republicans, disagreed. He said that he believed there was not enough evidence to remove Trump from office.
'Weird': Congress reacts to Giuliani's latest Ukrainian venture
Rep. Matt Gaetz, one of President Donald Trump's top allies, said the recent trip by the president's attorney to Ukraine was "weird" and "odd."However, Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., told ABC's "This Week" it was promising to hear that Trump said Giuliani wants to speak to Congress about his latest trip to Ukraine.
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Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren introduced a congressional resolution Friday urging President Donald Trump to get a medical and psychiatric examination “ President Donald J. Trump has exhibited an alarming pattern of behavior and speech causing concern that a mental disorder may have rendered
Gaetz on Wednesday questioned the Democratic-invited witness, Stanford Law School professor Pamela Karlan, on her political donations to Democrats, including Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Hillary Clinton. He also criticized Karlan for invoking the name of Trump's adolescent son, Barron.
This week, Gaetz also criticized the president's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, for his trip to Ukraine.
"But it is weird that he is over there," he said on "This Week" Sunday. "I'm very grateful that very soon after I made those comments on CNN, the president put out a statement that said Rudy Giuliani does want to come into Congress and explain his role."
The Judiciary Committee will hold its second public impeachment hearing on Monday when lawyers for the Democrats and Republicans from the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees willfindings from their investigations.
Trump says U.S. is watching North Korea closely .
Trump says U.S. is watching North Korea closely"I'd be disappointed if something would be in the works, and if it is, we'll take care of it," Trump said. "We're watching it very closely.