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Elizabeth Warren says she would not allow the child of your VP to sit on the foreign company board

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KEENE, N. H. – Sen. Elizabeth Warren illuminated their many years of the impeachment of President Trump calls at a campaign event on Wednesday, emphasized, “I hope that we will do this, and I hope that we will do this quickly.”

But you seemed to be a jab at the rival Democrats vying for the White house – the former Vice-President Joe Biden – about his family, the role in the Ukraine controversy, which led to the house of representatives to initiate a formal impeachment investigation of trump.

Under questions from reporters after a town hall event in the first-in-the-nation presidential primary state of New Hampshire, the Massachusetts Democrat was asked whether she would allow to serve as your vice-President’s child is on the Board of the foreign company, if they were President. Warren quickly answered, “no.”

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When asked why, she said, in a rare moment where she appeared to be nervous: “I don’t know it. I have to go back and look at the details.”

Warren’s comments came hours after the White house a transcript of trump, published in the July-call from last July, with the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky. The readout revealed that the President investigate the asked Zelensky, and unfounded accusations in relation to the Biden family’s handling of the Ukraine. However, the Protocol does not Trump leveraged the US military suspect’s promise to get help for the Ukraine in an investigation.

Biden, whose son, Hunter, served on the Board of a Ukrainian natural gas company owned by the country’s oligarchs, while Biden served in President Obama’s administration. The former Vice President pushed into 2016 for the dismissal of the Ukrainian state’s attorney, of the firm view in the corruption. The Prosecutor – the accused is already far, with a view on the corruption in his own office, and later was released.

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Trump on Wednesday emphasized that there is no quid pro quo at the time of his phone call with the Ukrainian President, which is not to say, “I did it.” Trump spoke to reporters a day after house Democrats began their formal impeachment inquiry. They are investigating whether the Republican President broke the law to ask by you, allegedly, to interfere with a foreign nation in the 2020 election, by the Ukraine assistance in the investigation of the three-piece.

Candidate Elizabeth Warren speaks at a campaign event in Keene, N. H., on Wednesday.
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Warren started her event in front of an audience of an estimated 900 people, giving your campaign by emphasizing, “no one is above the law… not even the President.” And she repeated her call, “it is time for impeachment now.”

The Massachusetts senator was one of the first to call 2020 Democrats, for the trump of the prosecution. You did it in this spring, citing evidence from the then-Special Counsel Robert Müller Russia-report.

She asked if they no confidence that the GOP-controlled Senate would not take action if the house of accused Trump, Warren told reporters, “I know what to do, the Senate (majority Leader) Mitch McConnel control, but now we have what is right, regardless of the politics.”

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She continued, “Donald Trump had built, he believed, that he is above the law, and what the Mueller report shows that he obstructed justice, and he was not to be held accountable by our Congress. So he came back in the summer-and it did again the invitation of a foreign government to interfere in the election of 2020.”

Warren’s stop in New Hampshire came a day after a new survey indicated that they held a slight two-point advantage over Biden in the crucial primary state.

Fox News’ Tara Prindiville contributed to this report.

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