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In anticipation of a possible confrontation with the White house, the Democrats argued on Friday that President Trump can’t hide documents and witnesses from block testified in his Senate impeachment proceedings by invoking executive privilege.

“That’s nonsense,” Rep. Adam Schiff, the lead impeachment manager, said, before melding with the taking of the Senate for the third day of the Democrats, their case against the President. “This is not a study or a speeding ticket or shoplifting — this is an impeachment with the President of the United States.”

TRUMP THE SENATE, IMPEACHMENT: THE GOP LEADERSHIP IS TRYING TO AVOID, THE VOICE OF THE CUSTOMER LOSS TO POSSIBLE WITNESSES

The Republicans want the method to shut down the impeachment, with no new witnesses have warned that Trump could invoke presidential privilege and the establishment of a lengthy legal battle that would take too long. They argue that, if the house had so strong a case, Trump charges, you would not need the Senate help testimony.

To call on the last day of their opening arguments before the Senate, Democrats are, however, more to the voices, four witnesses, and a subpoena Trump documentation of the administration of the White Housed no longer had.

“The American people listen to mostly want what you have to say,” Schiff, D-Calif., said. “Now, in contrast to the house, where the President could play rope-a-dope in the courts for years. This is not an option for the president’s team here.”

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Ship argues that Chief Justice John Roberts to be decided by the chair of the study, the issues of executive privilege might, quickly.

“You can’t use it to hide, executive privilege, misconduct, or crime, or impeachable misconduct,” Schiff told reporters.

The Republicans want to avoid the Problem of witnesses not to call the overall, by the power of their majority to shut down the efforts of Democrats, the former national security adviser John Bolton, the acting chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, Office of Management and Budget Associate Director, Michael Duffey, and White House aide Robert Blair.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., working hard to hold on to his Hand a United and avoid the four customer defection, the Democrats would be a majority.

Trump has he signaled invoked executive privilege to prevent Bolton from, and you testify, told Fox News’ Laura Ingraham earlier this month: “I think you need to-for the sake of the office.”

Trump’s lawyers have argued that Trump has a right to refuse to cooperate with the prosecution’s request because of the executive privilege rights. Turning over documents relating to national security would be dangerous for the country and undermines the separation of powers at the core of the Constitution, they say.

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“These privileges recognized by the Supreme court of the United States, from the Constitution of the United States. This is not nonsense. This is really what the Constitution said about the” Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow.

A claim by the President that executive privilege applies to Bolton could be excluded, at the by Roberts in the study. But Senate rules allow Roberts instead, senators can decide.

The White house does not have effective control of the former staff members — like Bolton — because such individuals are not formally under the direction of the President or other superior Executive officials.

To answer on the other side, Bolton could push on a complaint by the President of the lawyers, and the decline of all the questions in relation to conversations that he had with Trump, and others in the White house.

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In your last day of arguments, the Democrats argue that Trump obstructed Congress by binding of the home-study in its efforts to foreign interference in his re-election by asking the Ukraine to dirty up Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden, with investigations.

“It’s a toxic mess at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, and I suggest, humbly, that it is said it is our common task, in the name of the American people, to try to clean it,” Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-NY. “President Trump tries to cheat. He was caught and then he has been working hard to cover it up.”

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Trump’s legal team will defend the floor on Saturday, the President, promised three days of house Democrats’ arguments, and his attorneys go on the Offensive.

“It is not a rebuttal, but what we will do is attack, attack all the errors,” Sekulow said on “Fox and Friends”

“We make the case for the President, why the President was completely within his constitutional rights. His article II power as President of the United States,” he added.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw and Caroline McKee contributed to this report.

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