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The white house claims that the house impeachment resolution continues to deny that the President by process; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports.
The country’s largest organization of police on Tuesday, accusing the Congress of violating the due process rights of American citizens ” to score political points,” as Republican politicians, Democrats claim undermines President Trump the rights of his indictment request.
“The Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) is available to defend in part, these rights, not only for police officers, but for all citizens at every level, from the poor living on the street, to the President living in the White house,” said the statement of National FOP President Patrick Yoes.
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During the statement, not the prosecution request, which reflects explicitly the reference to the President mention the concerns of the Republicans that Trump violated the rights.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., accused Democrats on Wednesday to deny trump “basic” due process ” rights and…cut, his Council out of the process in an unprecedented way.” The Republicans have as examples the closed nature of many of the hearings and the limits for the Republicans called witnesses to call.
“House Democrats’ new resolution does not change that. It does not confer on the President trump the most basic rights of “due process” or, apparently, the age [Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam] Schiff unfair trial, in the House, Intelligence Community, in whatever way,” McConnell said. “The Chairman ship can continue to do, behind closed doors, without the President’s involvement, so long as he holds at least one public hearing to a certain point.”
McConnell summarized the house impeachment resolution voted on Thursday as a “no” due process ” well, maybe a little later, but only if we feel like it.”
The FOP, which supports trump in 2016, to be accused lawmakers of undermining the trust, through the universal application of the “due process” ignore for political purposes.
“Just as the local police are often convicted in the media, after he was denounced by the locally elected representatives, to collect, without collecting the facts, these are members in violation of due process to score political points,” it said.
Yoes contrasted with the treatment of the due process rights of the police by the legislator, as they will vigorously defend the rights of criminals and illegal immigrants.
“Members of Congress tirelessly and vociferously to defend the due process rights of criminals during the search to limit the rights of those responsible for the protection of the American citizens. Are you looking for the sign of the people who come in our country, the latter to be subjected to moderate our laws, and yet ignore the violence of the citizens and for our economy, committed by those he said against our immigration laws”.
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He also said that members of Congress often demand “transparency” from government authorities and law enforcement authorities have developed different standards for themselves.
“You said no justice without due process,” the statement. “Deny” due process ” is a betrayal of our common American ideals, and a grave disservice to our Republic.”