nearvideo Republicans warn, be careful what you wish for as the Democrats demand that the witnesses in the Senate impeachment proceedings
The house is preparing to vote to send the articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate; reaction and analysis on ‘the Five.’
Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-NY, one of the house impeachment Manager, dismissed on Sunday any idea to negotiate that the Democrats would be ready, called witnesses during the Senate trial add, to block the Republicans, who want to, or to negotiate what can be a witness to the witnesses “part of the cover-up.”
Nadler, the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, led the writing of the indictment brought against the President, Trump said that all “relevant witnesses must be heard” and balked at the idea of Democrats agree that the former Vice-President Joe Biden, whose son, want to listen to Hunter witnesses in exchange for the witnesses to be Democrats.
“This whole controversy about whether there should be witnesses, is not really a question, has the Senate wants to have a fair trial or you are part of the cover-up of the President,” Nadler said in an interview on CBS’ “Face The Nation”.
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Nadler added that “Hunter Biden has no knowledge of the allegations against the President.”
The Senate will vote next week on whether the witnesses will be called, or to wait for the decision on this matter at a later date.
“Every Republican senator, who says there are no witnesses, or even should, that witnesses should be negotiated, is part of the cover-up,” Nadler added.
Question in the impeachment case, are the allegations to announce that Trump asked the Ukraine, an examination of the political and Democratic rival Joe Biden, held at the same time the White house back almost $400 million in aid from the former Soviet Republic, as it is in front of a hostile Russia on its border.
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Senate Democrats John Bolton, the former national security adviser, among other possible witnesses want to call it, after the White house blocked the officers of the display in the house.
With Republican Senate control 53-47, you can learn the rules of the trial, or all four of the Republicans together with the Democrats to change course.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.