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Impeachment may be huge opportunity for Trump

The US Democratic Party are trying to sabotage President Donald Trump's chances  at being re-elected in 2020. But it may be a huge opportunity for Trump to beat his contender instead.

Published: September 26, 2019, 9:15 am

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    Trump himself unsuccessfully tried to prevent House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announcing an “impeachment inquiry”.

    By offering to release the transcript of his phone call with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, according to two White House sources, “he thought there was a possibility she would back down”.

    Instead, Pelosi upped her battle rhetoric, announcing on Tuesday that she would be pursuing an “impeachment inquiry” to frustrate the White House and to shore up support for Democratic contender Joe Biden against Elizabeth Warren’s surge, a senior campaign adviser told the Washington Examiner.

    The Trump 2020 reelection campaign, however immediately saw her move as an opportunity and sent fundraising messages to supporters announcing an “official impeachment defense task force”.

    So instead of focusing on policy issues, the Democrats will once again try to make vague allegations to tarnish Trump as they did with the spectacular nothing burger which “Russiagate” turned out to be.

    After two years of falsely accusing Trump of having colluded with Russia, the Democrats now allege that Trump colluded with Ukraine.

    The Mueller investigation in Washington found that Trump had not colluded with Russia nor was there any evidence of the alleged Russian influence on the 2016 US election.

    The Democrats are therefore already having a hard time hiding their dirty hands in manufacturing Russiagate.

    Former Vice President Joseph Biden is a leading contender for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. The conversation between Zelensky and Trump is said to be part of a whistle-blower complaint that the Trump administration has withheld from Congress. The phone call was made just a few days after Trump had ordered his staff to freeze more than $391 million in aid to Ukraine.

    But the Ukrainian president did not know that when Trump spoke with him. A Ukrainian official said that the Zelensky administration did not learn of the delay until about one month after the call.

    This fact alone makes it hard to construe the call as some sort of blackmailing by the American president.

    The White House has moreover published a transcript of the call. In it, Trump had asked Zelensky to look into the widespread Ukrainian influence in Russiagate. Three Ukrainian-American Chalupa sisters, Alexandra, Irena and Andrea, had worked closely with the DNC and Ukrainian officials in Washington and Kiev to sabotage the Trump campaign.

    The three are, together with other Ukraine affiliated persons like the Dimitry Alperovich, the CEO of the hacks at Crowd Strike, at the core of discredited fairytale of Russiagate.

    In the conversation Trump asked, among other things, why the former vice-president had ended an investigation into a company where his son was working. The Democrats did not even wait for the publication of the transcript to go on the attack.

    The head of state insisted that there should also be “transparency on Joe Biden and his son Hunter,” concerning “the millions of dollars that were quickly and easily removed from Ukraine and China when [the Democrat] was vice-president”. Hunter Biden worked for a Ukrainian gas group in 2014.

    “A dismissal for that? It’s a joke!” responded the US president. “I informed all members of the House of Representatives that I fully supported the transparency of the information about the so-called whistleblower” who first reported these phone conversations, he added.

    In the history of the United States, an investigation to dismiss the president was opened against Andrew Johnson in 1868 and Bill Clinton in 1998. Embarrassed in the Watergate scandal in 1974, Richard Nixon had preferred to resign before the impeachment proceedings were to take place before the Senate.

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