US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Thursday there was clear evidence President Donald Trump had used his office for personal gain and undermined national security, but that no final impeachment decision had been made as House Democrats continued their impeachment inquiry into the Republican president.
"We are not finished yet". The vote by the House of Representatives came after Trump's phone call with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky on July 25.
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Pelosi declined to give an exact impeachment timeline during her press conference, telling reporters that "we will go where the facts take us".
A poll of Wisconsin voters released Wednesday flipped for the first time and found President Trump leading all four Democratic frontrunners, after the same poll in October had the president losing to former vice president Joe Biden and progressive senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
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He added that he doubts that Biden, as a "patriotic man with a son in the military" really believes what he said. Golsteyn , an army officer, was set to stand trial for an alleged unlawful killing in Afghanistan 2020.
They said Pelosi promised that Democrats would "treat the president with fairness" when she announced the inquiry in September and cited House rules that would allow minority members to summon their own witnesses.
One of the biggest bombshells from the past week of public hearings was Gordon Sondland's confirmation of a quid pro quo agreement. She says doing that "undermined the national security of the United States".
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Vindman contrasted the public impeachment hearings, where government officials are testifying openly against President Trump, with authoritarian governments around the world where dissent is not tolerated. His testimony directly implicated Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Vice President Mike Pence and White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney. "It was no secret".