WASHINGTON: The House Judiciary Committee received details of a lawsuit against US President Donald Trump after he was formally charged by Democrats members.
On the other side, a new attack on Trump's action comes to light that he rejects as fraud and bullying.
According to a report by the Associated Press, the American president pressured Ukraine to investigate its rival Joe Biden, as well as withholding US military aid to US policy, according to allegations made by Democrat lawyers. Which benefited Russia.
The vote against the US president is likely to come out this week, as the committee misappropriates power, bribes and hinders power from the committee.
Reacting to this, the US president in his Twitter message called it a mid-hunt and said the Democrats do nothing.
On the other hand, Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, Gerald Nadler, began the hearing, saying that President Donald Trump gives himself priority over the country.
Democrats are on the run for the 2020 presidential election, said Dodge Collins, a Democrat member on the panel.
He said he did not want to acknowledge the fact that Donald Trump is the president of the United States and he has no candidate to defeat him.
It should be noted that several times, efforts have been made to stop and slow down the proceedings of the committee, raising criticism from Republican members that the committee's Democrat lawyer criticized the president's accusations.
To which the chairman of the committee responded that negative comments were expected after setting the reasons for the US president's impeachment.
However, Republicans are still calling for a vote on closing negative comments after defeating party-line votes.
The hearing was interrupted when a man shouted that we voted for Donald Trump and declared the Democrats a traitor, then the man was removed from the hearing room.
The hearing was postponed for a week after Democrats tried to get the full House vote before Christmas.
While imposing provisions for the motion, Speaker Nancy Pelosi faces the challenge of keeping the views of the majority of the members legally and politically.