US Senate begins final hearing on impeachment lawsuit against Trump

US Senate begins final hearing on impeachment lawsuit against Trump

The Upper House of Congress, which is conducting an impeachment trial against President Donald Trump, intends to hear the final arguments of the prosecution and defense on February 3.

The US Senate is preparing to hear the final arguments on the impeachment of trump.

The Upper House of Congress, which is conducting a lawsuit to impeach President Donald Trump, intends to hear the final arguments of the prosecution and defense on February 3.

The meeting will last no more than four hours.

The prosecution will be represented by impeachment managers led by Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.

The defense will be led by White House legal adviser Pat Cipollone and Trump’s personal lawyer Jay Sekulow.

At the end of January, key votes were held in the US Senate, which determined the further trial of impeachment of the president.

The Republican majority blocked all Democratic initiatives to hear key witnesses and summon documents on the impeachment case.

At the same time, the Democrats made four additional amendments, which related to the call as witnesses at the hearings in the Senate and.

Heads of the White House Administration Mick Mulvaney, former National Security Advisor John Bolton, White House Budget and Finance Administration spokesman Michael Duffy and Pentagon spokesman Robert Blair.

All of these officials somehow participated in the implementation of President Trump’s orders to freeze US defense assistance for Ukraine.

The final vote by the entire US Senate on the impeachment of President Trump is scheduled for Wednesday, February 5.

To approve the resignation of the head of the White House, support is required from at least 67 out of 100 members of the upper house of the US Congress.

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