Democrats expected to unveil two impeachment articles against President Trump

epa08058434 Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) chuckles during the House Judiciary Committee hearing 'Counsel Presentations of Evidence in the Impeachment Inquiry of President Donald Trump' on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, USA, 09 December 2019. The committee is hearing evidence from the House Judiciary Committee and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence staff lawyers of both parties as it considers whether President Trump's actions rise to the level of impeachable offenses. EPA-EFE/Anna Moneymaker / POOL

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Democratic committee leaders met with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi after the last scheduled impeachment hearing concluded on Monday evening. Pelosi’s office announced later that the House Committee officials will hold a press conference on Tuesday morning to announce the next steps in the impeachment inquiry.

Democrats and Republicans who squared off at Monday’s impeachment hearing in the House Judiciary Committee had one remarkable point of agreement: Both said that there are four key facts at the heart of the debate about whether President Trump should be impeached by the House and removed from office.

Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives were expected to unveil two articles of impeachment against Republican President Donald Trump on Tuesday, a senior Democratic aide said, setting the stage for a possible vote this week on impeachment. The House aide spoke on condition of anonymity on Monday night and declined to give any details.

Trump is accused of pressuring Ukraine to initiate a probe of a Democratic political rival and then of obstructing Congress’ efforts to investigate his actions, New York Times. 

Democrats were expected to draft articles of impeachment on abuse of power and on obstruction of Congress, the aide told Reuters. The Washington Post first reported the expected articles, citing three unidentified officials.

Via Washington Post, New York Times, Reuters


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