Trump Sends Fierce Letter to Democrats Leader at the U.S. Congress

2019-12-21 09:43:55 / / Translated by: JC Caballero

 Trump Sends Fierce Letter to Democrats Leader at the U.S. Congress

“You have decrease the importance of that ugly word named Impeachment.” Expressions like that one are present in the letter sent by the U.S. President, Donald Trump, on Tuesday to the main representative of the Democrat Party, Nancy Pelosi, as a way of protesting for the research for a political trial against him.

The U.S. head of state accusing Nancy Pelosi of having declared an open war against the democracy in the United States. The democrat leader, on her part, considered pointless that letter.

The letter was sent just a day before the Chamber of representatives, presided over by Nancy Pelosi and controlled by a Democrat majority, vote to decide if a political trial would be celebrated against the US. President.

With little hopes about changing that voting process recently, the head of state used his six-letter page to attack that process and denouncing Nancy Pelosi.

It is about a visible intervention of the U.S. President who has hindered the research process to prevent his main officials from declaring before the U.S. Representative Chamber.

Trumps stated in his letter that “he had been forbidden” from the basic right to the proper legal process as contained in the US. Constitution from the beginning of the Impeachment scan, and he stated that “he was forbidden the most basic rights” granted by the U.S. Constitution, including the right to present evidences.

He added that the accused ones in the the ´Salem Witches Trials´ were granted more related guarantees.

As a matter of fact, Donald Trump was truly publicly invited to show his proofs, during the Impeachment research, by the Democrat chief of the Legal Committee of the Representatives Chamber, so that would have given the chance to his lawyers to questioning the witness, but he refused it.

Asked about that letter, Pelosi pointed out to CNN: “I have not any reaction to it. It is an absurd one.”

If the Democrats members of the U.S. Chamber of Representatives voted as expected, Donald Trump would become in the third U.S. President to undergo an Impeachment Trial.

If that was the case, Donald Trump will face off a trial at the U.S. Senate in which the Senators of both political parties have to perform as independent jurors.

The U.S. Senate if controlled by the ruling Republican Party. The Republican leader of that Chamber named Mitch Mc Connell, announced the senators of his party would act utterly coordinated with the head of state´s team during the trial and they would vote against that process.

Before the voting process at the aforementioned Chamber, there were different people who rallied in some cities of the United States in favor of the Impeachment trial.

In New York, for example, the demonstrators gathered at the famous Time Square by shouting slogans such as ´This resembles Democracy´ and ´No one is above the Law.´

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