Nadler schedules new indictment hearing for the presentation of the evidence”

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The reaction and the analysis of ‘Acquitted’ – author Dan Bongino and former Sen. Schumer aide Chris Hahn.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler has announced that it is to hear a new prosecution for next week, where the Committee of lawyers to present evidence in the case, as Democrats draft the indictment begin, under the leadership of Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Nadler feinkost GmbH, D-NY, planned committees in the hearing for Monday at 9 a.m., where the Committee will receive “presentations of the evidence” from both Democrats and Republicans on advises for both the judiciary and the intelligence.


The announcement comes shortly after Pelosi, D-Calif., said on Thursday morning that the Democrats and the President claimed to the article in the indictment of President Trump, the behavior of the left Democrats with “no choice but to act.”

Nadler-Committee held its first hearing in the process on Wednesday with four law professors—most of them have invited Democrats to the witnesses, the arguments presented for the prosecution. They stated that the President abused his office and committed some impeachable offences, reached the levels of high crimes and misdemeanours, as well as obstruction of justice. The only witness called, a Republicans, though, argued on the contrary, he said, for the case of charges trump was “totally inadequate” and even “dangerous”.


Nevertheless, Pelosi said Thursday that the facts are “undisputed” that Trump “abused his power for his own personal political advantage at the expense of our national security” by allegedly find with military assistance to Ukraine as a lever to, an investigation of the three-piece from Kiev.

“Today I call upon our Chairman, proceed with the indictment,” Pelosi said in her brief address, referring to Nadler.

“The President’s actions seriously violated the Constitution,” she said. America’s democracy is at stake, she said: “The President leaves us no other choice than to act, because he is trying to corrupt, once again, the choice for its own advantage.”


The Monday morning would probably hear lectures from the judiciary Committee-majority Council-standard iron and minorities-Council Paul Taylor, as well as the Intelligence Committee majority’s lawyer Daniel Goldman and minority Counsel Steve Castor.

Meanwhile, earlier Thursday morning, Trump challenged Democrats to accuse him, and to “do it now” and make it “fast” so that he will get a “fair trial” in the Senate.

“[I]f you are going to accuse me, do it now, quickly, so we a fair trial in the Senate, and so that our country can be back in business,” Trump tweeted on Thursday morning. “We have a ship, the witness to a three-piece, Pelosi and many more, and will show, for the first time, how corrupt our system really is.”

The house should be indictment handed over, the request would turn into a full-fledged Senate trial.

The Republicans hold the majority in the Senate and Trump ally, keep chairs on important committees, with many of them indicate their interest in the study of the topics, the house Democrats glossed over during the interview — such as the three-part’ transactions in Ukraine and the alleged Ukraine-meddling in the 2016 presidential elections.

But in spite of his threats, the President alone have the power to call witnesses to testify in the proceedings. In the Senate study, three separate parties entrance, how it will develop: Senate Republicans, Senate Democrats and the White house.

In the centre of the charge survey, which began in September, is Trump’s July 25 phone conversation with Kiev. This call prompted the whistleblower complaint to the intelligence community, general inspector, and in return, the prosecution’s request in the house. Trump challenged the correctness of the complaint, although the transcript has been published by the White house, the core allegations that he pressed for a politically-related investigations.

The President, the request came after millions have been frozen in US military aid for Ukraine, the Democrats, and the witnesses have claimed, shows a “quid pro quo” arrangement. Trump denies any wrongdoing.

Fox News’ Ronn Blitzer contributed to this report.

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