in the vicinityVideoOcasio-Cortez: What Trump has already admitted are impeachable offenses
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez speaks with reporters following Speaker Pelosi to the announcement of a formal indictment request.
Congressman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ,D-NY, told reporters on Tuesday that the actions of President Trump has already acknowledged, make him impeachable.
“What has happened is that the President has committed several impeachable offenses. He himself, what he has admitted, is already impeachable, regardless of the future developments,” said Ocasio-Cortez. It is referred to, and such things as compensation and to press for the support of foreign governments.
Ocasio-Cortez, an outspoken freshman legislator and Democratic socalist, has long been under pressure to keep track of your party, the charges
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This came as house Democrats officially a formal prosecution request Tuesday afternoon, fortified by a whistleblower alleged that Trump under pressure to investigate the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky be potential 202O opponent, Joe Biden and Biden’s son, Hunter. The whistleblower claimed that Trump had ordered to freeze its employees almost $ 400 million in assistance to Ukraine a few days before his phone call with Zelensky. The whistleblower, said Trump said Zelensky, he would not let you the aid unless he, Biden studied.
A source familiar with the situation told Fox News didn’t have the whistleblower “, first-Hand knowledge” call, and Trump has agreed to the publication of a transcript on Wednesday. Trump has denied any wrongdoing, on the call.
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In a subsequent tweet, Trump said: “The Democrats are so focused on the hurt of the Republican party and the President, you are not able to do anything because of it, including provisions about gun safety, the reduction of prescription drug prices, infrastructure, etc. So bad for our country!”
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