Senate prepares to hear arguments on Trump's motion
The US Senate prepares to hear preliminary arguments regarding President Donald Trump's impeachment.
According to foreign news agency AFP, the arguments presented in the Senate for the Senate may prove destructive to Donald Trump's presidency.
It should be noted that these days, Donald Trump is present in the Swiss city of Davos to attend the World Economic Forum, while on the other hand, his negotiation has entered the final stages.
Earlier in the US Senate, lawmakers were sworn into President Donald Trump's decision that he would make a neutral decision about whether or not to hold the post of 45th president of the United States.
Speaking to reporters in Switzerland, Donald Trump sarcastically said, "I'm worried about the lawsuit, it's a rumour".
He added that 'this is a fantasy that has been going on for a long time and believes it is very shameful'.
Donald Trump sarcastically responded to a question, 'Tired of global warming?'
The US president said that "those who predicted the destruction of the world should be rejected".
For the third time in history, prosecutors appointed by the House of Representatives will accuse the president of 'high crimes and abuse of powers' in the Senate and demand Donald Trump be ousted from the White House.
It should be noted that the US president has been joking about his impeachment process for several months and called the start of the trial another hoax.
Talking to reporters in the Oval Office, the US president said, "I think it has to happen very fast, it is completely biased, I am facing the deception that the Democrats have given so they can try and win the election.
It should be noted that the US president is accused of abusing Ukrainian military aid and a potential election rival in exchange for a meeting with the Ukrainian president at the White House, which is investigating Biden.
The White House violated federal law by stopping Congress-approved aid, the Neutral Government Accountability Agency said in its report.
The second charge against the US president is not to provide witnesses and documents to investigators for a motion in the House despite a call for Congress