PRESIDENT TRUMP IMPEACHMENT INQUIRY
By Debbie Gitau
President Trump is facing impeachment inquiry after the whistle blower report was released by the Washington post. The report is one showing the phone call conversation between President Trump and Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky talking about Joe Biden, America’s former Vice president and his son. Democrats are accusing the president of abusing his office for his personal political gain and terming it national security.
“Donald Trump has violated the oath of office, betrayed his nation and committed impeachable acts. To preserve the constitution, our democracy and basic integrity he should be impeached,” said Joe Biden in a press conference.
Rudy Guiliani, President Donald Trump attorney confirmed the allegations made by the democrats during a live CNN show called Cuomo Prime time. This has led to opening an investigation of president Trump and the attorney. In President Trump’s defense, he wanted the Ukrainian government to open an investigation against Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden as there are allegations between their involvement in rigging of the 2016 U.S presidential election.
“They know they can’t win the 2022 election so they are pursuing the insane impeachment witch hunt. I’ve been going through it now for more times than I’ve been in office,” President Trump said.
Nancy Pelosi, the speaker of the United States House of representatives who announced the formal impeachment inquiry is now being threatened to be sued by President Trump.