Donald Trump has acted illegally in the folder of the Ukrainian


Many commentators and analysts, including myself, believe that it is almost impossible that the president Trump to be removed at the end of the trial, which will begin Tuesday in the Senate.


Earlier this week, I stated, during my appearance on the show of Mario Dumont, the only suspense, if suspense there must have been, lay in the opportunity to hear new witnesses or to integrate new elements of evidence during the trial.


Even for this scenario, the chances are slim. There should be only four republicans joining all democrats to force the hand of Mitch McConnell. They are two, currently: Susan Collins and Mitt Romney.


However, new information is popping up since yesterday, and they deserve that one is interested. There is first of all an interview with a former associate of Rudy Giuliani. Lev Parnas was’s arrested in 2019 and will undergo a trial for having violated the electoral law. Mr. Parnas has spoken to investigators, but also to the host Rachel Maddow on MSNBC.


It confirms that Donald Trump led the negotiations in Ukraine, and the president was therefore fully aware of the scam in which Rudy Giuliani was the manager on the field. It would be so beautiful and well-haggled with financial assistance in exchange of a survey on Hunter and Joe Biden.


More serious still, an independent federal agency, the Government Accountability Office (GAO), has just confirmed the illegal nature of the dealings of the president and his family. The GAO clearly states that: “The budget office of the White House has frozen funds for a political reason which was not permitted under the Impoundment Control Act.”


The president, therefore, has put his personal interests above those established by the Congress, which are protected by the law. You believe that the senators who will be sworn in a little later today-might be influenced by this new information, an agency whose role is not partisan? Not me. We are where we are in this process, essentially political, the independent advice and the facts do not weigh heavy.

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