The House of Democrats' impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump is anything but "Kabuki Theater at the moment," former Assistant Attorney Andy McCarthy told the Court on Friday. the way media reports about Nancy Pelosi's Speaker's talk is "just inaccurate about what's going on." The idea that there is an agenda: no. And I think a lot of people consume it as if it's a true face value, and I really think if I were the White House I would worry about breaking through it, "said McCarthy Gemmer.
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McCarthy's "The Hill" wrote that congressional Democrats, by contrast, are campaigning for 2020: "Democrats are determined to strike an impeachment article or two regardless of whether the state Department and other agencies cooperate in farce .Their base wants Trump to be credited with the red letter "I" (impeachment) .The party hopes to gather troops for the 2020 campaign against Trump … If Democrats really thought they had a business they would not have been in such a situation. hurry — they want everyone to have time for it But they have no business, so they give us a show instead. "
Democrats launched a formal investigation into impeachment of the president after a complaint he made to the president during a phone call with his Ukrainian counterpart in July. tried to force officials to investigate Democratic presidential aspirant Joe Biden, his son Hunter, and their business dealings in this year
"The question here is, was the quid pro quo corrupt?" asked a Fox News contributor.
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The Trump administration on Thursday confirmed to Fox News that they will send Pelosi a letter that "dared" her to vote on the impeachment investigation.
The letter will say that the White House will not investigate the Democrats, since Pelosi did not codify the ceremony with an official vote on the floor of the House. The letter reflects the tone of the letter expressed by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, California, which was sent to the speaker on Thursday.
"I think it's the right thing for him to do," said Andy McCarthy. "The constitution places the power of impeachment only in the chamber. Not the speaker of the house, the chamber."
McCarthy stated that he would actually benefit the Chamber if he wished to go to court and try to meet any information requirement: "The first thing the court wants to know is:" Has the Chamber voted in the impeachment inquiry? "And much depends on this, including the extent to which the court will file a presidential claim for executive privilege and privilege in cases under the president's duties under Article II.
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"If they really have reason to seek the impeachment of the president, not only should they have a voice, as it is in their interest when they go to court to vote, they should be proud of the vote. "[McCarthy added.]
He concluded," If [House Democrats] really believes that they have reason to remove the President of the United States from power, then the House must act as an institution and vote that way. " Chad Pergram and Andrew O'Reilly from Fox News contributed to this report.