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Lawyers for US President Donald Trump stressed that the president’s trial procedures were illegal and violated the constitution and an attempt to interfere with the election results. A source close to the lawyers’ team said, “Bringing the trial case presented by Democrats to the House of Representatives is a serious attack on the rights of the American people to choose their president freely”. He added, “This is an unhidden and illegal attempt to cancel the results of the 2016 elections and interfere in the 2020 elections, which will be held only after a few months”.

The source added, as reported by the Russian Sputnik network: “The issue of removing the president is not in line with the constitution, it does not accuse (of committing) even any crime or violation of the law, not to mention serious crimes and misconduct, but all this is required by the constitution”. The US Senate has officially begun Trump’s trial procedures to isolate him.

Seven members of the House of Representatives, who represent the Prosecution Service, filed the suit against the President Donald J. Trump. The members appeared in a video walking on Capitol Hill to formally present the indictment to the US Senate.

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US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused the administration of President Donald Trump of violating the law by withholding aid from Ukraine that Congress had approved, after a report from a congressional oversight body on the issue.

In December 2019, the House of Representatives voted to activate Trump’s accountability in order to isolate him, after he was charged with two charges, namely, abuse of power and obstruction of the work of the conger, and the case was referred this week to the Senate, while Republicans, who have a majority in the Senate, intend to justify Trump’s behavior, of their party.

Robert Frank
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Robert started his career as a freelance content writer. Now, He is the founder of widely-recognized PR Agency. Robert still writes news pieces on various publications.

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