it's that easy: With a felt-tip pen Donald Trump removed the last doubts. "I want nothing," writes the President in big letters on a piece of paper, the cameras catch on Thursday in front of the White house. He shouts to the sentence in the rotor noise of the helicopter, before he stands. I don't want to. All of the testimonies and opinions, all of the correspondence and interview notes, which were worn by the Democrats in the Ukraine affair together: overwritten by a pair of thick, black letters. That was the conclusion of the Trump moved to two weeks of hearings in Congress, which was also the conclusion of his allies moved in. It's all over so?
The ongoing Impeachment investigation is only the fourth in history. But above all, it is the first that takes place in a time in which the two warring camps in the country, live in their own media reality. In a Trump-influenced reality, the President of the Ukraine wanted Biden out any investigations against his rival Joe. He urged the support of U.S.-dependent government in Kiev is also not to a business. He didn't want to. The Congress approved military aid to the Ukraine, he kept just because he was worried about the corruption. Or because he wanted to pursue the conspiracy theory, according to which there was Russia, the 2016 sabotaged the US elections, but Ukraine.
The Trump appointed Ambassador to the EU said under oath that there had been a principle of quid Pro quo.
Much of this media reality is bizarre. But that is not to say that not many Americans believe what they see, hear and read. To you it makes no impression, that in the past few weeks, many of the witnesses before the Congress have occurred that have impacted the President. These tools have demonstrated to the satisfaction of that, there was the attempt Trumps to get a business – a principle of quid Pro quo–. You have testified that Trump was not interested in the struggle of Ukraine against corruption, but merely an announcement of an investigation against Biden, which would have benefited politically. And you have stated that high-ranking members of the government knew.
all of This weighs heavy. A President who used the Power of his office to a rival from a foreign government to discredit: That goes to the core of what the founder of the state cutting cycle, as you wrote the Instrument of impeachment in the Constitution. But the blow, not to be refuted evidence that would convince a larger part of the Republican supporters and members, has not provided the previous Impeachment investigation. There are too many gaps, too many statements that can be used in case of doubt, for Trumps innocence interpret stay.
the greater the importance of the presence of Gordon Sondland was. The Trump appointed Ambassador to the EU said under oath that there had been a principle of quid Pro quo, and that he had acted in his attempt to push the Ukraine investigation against Biden, on the instructions of the President. Of an "earthquake" languages since the Democrats, by a "bomb". However, shortly thereafter, Sondland pushed, that he was come to the conclusion that Trump tie military assistance to Ukraine in the investigation of the Bidens. So directly not told him that the President, however. Trumps words were: "I don't want to. I don't want a principle of quid Pro quo." The Ukraine has to do "the Right thing".
Donald Trump comes in the half of the country with his conduct of it, once more. It's So easy.
A relief for Trump that's only if apart from the time of this conversation: It took place when the Trump of the complaint of the Whistleblower knew that, finally, the Impeachment proceedings led. And a relief it is, except for the fact, what Trumps longtime former lawyer, Michael Cohen once said about him: "He gives you no questions and instructions, he speaks in a Code." In the reality of trump's allies, but it should be enough to explain the Impeachment investigation for lapses.
to change this would be To muster the Democrats are probably more witnesses from the inner circle Trumps. The former National security adviser John Bolton, for example, or Trumps chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney. The White house has said the appearance before the Congress. The Opposition could try to force a statement to the court. In the sense of an elucidation of the processes and the truth that would be offered. But the Democrats fear that the Impeachment process to drag in the length and your presidential campaign, overshadow'd. They will move on probably without other witnesses on the indictment of Trump.
His opponents will give away some of your priorities. And they confirm the impression that many Americans have: The Impeachment process is not the serious, historical event, that should be it. But another of the many Aufregern the Trump mere presidency of the usual party political battle in Washington. Who benefits from this impression the most, is Trump. He comes in the half of the country with his conduct of it, once more. It's So easy.
Created: 21.11.2019, 23:17 PM