US President Donald Trump, in connection with the imminent impeachment, vigorously divulged the most prominent representatives. Trump called Republican senator Mitt Romney a pompous ass in his tweet on Saturday, Romney had criticized Trump to endanger the national security after calling China against the possible democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
The President wrote that Romney had fought him from the beginning. Later, he added a tweet, in which he calls Romney a fool who plays the Democrats in his hands. In capital letters, he calls for the release of Romney’s office.
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Romney was inferior to the Democrat Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential election. He has been one of the best-known representatives of the Republicans for years. On Friday he had criticized Trump’s China push as false and terrifying. Trump said he calls China to investigate ex-vice president Biden and his son Hunter in corruption, not for the politics.
The Republican President is under massive pressure as he openly encouraged China to investigate against his political rival Joe Biden and his son. The US President told reporters in the White House garden on Thursday: “I would that certainly recommend China should also begin an investigation of the Biden”.
According to Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Trump has again called on a foreign government to interfere in the election campaign. His proposal to China shows that “Trump is putting his personal political advantage over defending the integrity of our elections, a clear impeachment”, said Pelosi on Twitter on Thursday.
The politicians last went on subpoena in 1927. In the current scenario, the order could be enforced by the law enforcers. The House of Representatives could also choose another option and ask the federal prosecutor for the District of Columbia to bring charges against uncooperative witnesses.
Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said last week that it could be considered as a hindrance to the investigations in impeachment, if the government continues to refuse cooperation.
In a letter to the Vice President Mike Pence, the Democrats asked him to voluntarily hand over documents of the meeting, or they might send him a subpoena.