The Judicial Committee of the House of Representatives announced the opening of an investigation into Trump

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 The Judicial Committee of the House of Representatives announced the opening of an investigation into Trump


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The chairman of the House Judicial Committee and Democrat Nadler said Thursday that the investigation will focus on Trump, the White House, Trump campaign team and Trump Group business. The investigation will focus on whether the president has obstructed justice, corruption and abuse of power.

The Judicial Committee of the House of Representatives sent a letter to 81 people on the same day, requesting documents within two weeks, including several White House, senior Justice Department officials, members of Trump campaign team and Trump Group officials. Trumps two sons, Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump Jr., and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, were on the 81-person list.

In its letter to the White House, the Judicial Committee asked the White House to provide information on the dismissal of former FBI Director Komi, the contact between the White House and senior officials of the Ministry of Justice, and the relevant meetings at the Trump Building in Moscow, Russia.

White House spokesman Saunders said that the White House has received the letter, the White House will respond at the appropriate time.

In an interview with ABC, Nadler said that Trump had clearly obstructed justice in the past few years and that the investigation was conducted to hold the president accountable for his misconduct. Nadler also said that it was only at the stage of gathering evidence and there was a long way to impeach Trump. No major action will be taken until the Special Prosecutor Millers teams Tongoumen investigation report is released. House Minority Leader and Republican John McCarthy said Nadler intended to impeach Trump from the first day he was elected president. Trump has done nothing wrong in fact. For the investigation, House Speaker and Democrat Pelosi considered it was driving the Constitution gives Congress the power of supervision. If we dont, it will be our fault. Source: Author of China News Network: Responsible Editor of Sha Henting: Ji Guojie_NBJ11143

In an interview with ABC, Nadler said that Trump had clearly obstructed justice in the past few years and that the investigation was conducted to hold the president accountable for his misconduct. Nadler also said that it was only at the stage of gathering evidence and there was a long way to impeach Trump. No major action will be taken until the Special Prosecutor Millers teams Tongoumen investigation report is released.

House Minority Leader and Republican John McCarthy said Nadler intended to impeach Trump from the first day he was elected president. Trump has done nothing wrong in fact.

For the investigation, House Speaker and Democrat Pelosi considered it was driving the Constitution gives Congress the power of supervision. If we dont, it will be our fault.