A native of Ukraine and the main witness in the Trump case, left the US Army due to bullying

Coming from Ukraine, Lt. Col. Alexander Windman was one of the main witnesses at the hearing about the impeachment of US President Donald Trump last fall. Now he has quit the US military, the Air Force said. According to attorney David Pressman, Windman to such a step ...

Senate made final decision on impeachment trump

On Wednesday, February 5, the US Senate held a final vote on the impeachment of the 45th US President Donald Trump. On February 5, at 16:00 p.m., the US Senate began the final vote on the impeachment of Donald Trump. Because most ...

Impeachment trump: senators argue about calling witnesses

Republican senators held a meeting on the issue of summoning witnesses, but the final decision, apparently, was not taken, writes “Voice of America”. President Donald Trump's attorneys have concluded their case in the Senate impeachment trial with a prompt acquittal. Stating ...

Senate Republicans Reject Democrats' Impeachment Trump Proposals

The Republican-controlled Senate has blocked Democratic initiatives to call witnesses and present evidence in the impeachment proceedings of US President Donald Trump, which is the first sign that events will develop in a positive way for Trump. About it writes the Voice of America. Senators ...

Trump impeachment trial: what is happening and what to expect

Today, January 21, the Senate began a trial of impeachment of President Donald Trump. USA Today offers several questions and answers about what to expect from this process. What is happening The Constitution gives the Senate exclusive power to conduct legal proceedings ...

US Senate begins trial on impeachment trump

On January 21, a full-fledged trial began in the US Senate on the impeachment of US President Donald Trump. About it writes the Voice of America. This is the third time in American history when a president is threatened with removal from office for alleged violation of the oath. One of…

House supports impeachment of trump

The US House of Representatives voted to impeach President Donald Trump, Radio Liberty writes. Voting took place separately for each article of the charge against the president. Both articles - abuse of power and obstruction of Congress - were supported by a majority of parliamentarians. Now the impeachment case ...

Impeachment: Democrats formally indict Trump

House Democrats have filed two charges against President Trump, deploying the most powerful instrument Congress has under the Constitution for only the fourth time in U.S. history. “The articles include accusations of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress,” said ...

Trump's resignation, the collapse of the dollar and the collapse of Europe: named unexpected forecasts for 2020 year

Donald Trump can’t avoid the removal from power, oil will again jump in price to $ 90, the dollar, on the contrary, will weaken by 20%, and the real collapse of Europe will begin not with Great Britain, but with modest Hungary. These are the “shocking forecasts” for 2020 from Saxo Bank. Danish experts ...

Extremely Unpleasant Evidence: Five New Things From Trump's Impeachment Hearings

At the open hearing on Thursday in the House’s intelligence committee, several extremely unpleasant testimonies about the Ukrainian case were heard for President Trump. True, these are all words, not documents. It is difficult to predict how much they increase the likelihood of impeachment trump, writes ...

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