the legal affairs Committee in the House of Representatives will require to obtain documents from over 60 people linked to the president Donald Trump.
This writes the news agency AP.
There is a speech about persons by Trump administration, as well as the president's family and business associates.
the legal affairs Committee in the House of Representatives - one of the two chambers of Congress - is to raise a possible impeachment against Trump.
Jerrold Nadler, who is in charge of the committee, says he wants a broad investigation of Trump. He stresses, however, that at the present time, not talk about any impeachment.
- We are going to put the time in studies on the abuse of power, corruption, and obstruction of the work of the court, says Nadler.
- We will do everything we can to grab evidence, says.
the Committee on legal affairs will on Monday officially require documents provided from several persons. Including the president's son Donald Trump Jr., Trump-the group's chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg, and the former chief of staff John Kelly.
Among the examples of the obstacle of the court's work, pointing Jerrold Nadler on some of the Trumps announcements on Twitter.
Including the comments of the special prosecutor Robert müller's investigation of possible Russian interference in the presidential election in 2016.
Trump has repeatedly described the investigation as "a witch hunt".