Washington : The voice of impeachment against US President Donald Trump has resurfaced. He has called for impeachment based on a telephone conversation he had with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Jelensky. Adam Seif, chairman of the powerful US intelligence committee, said the issue of Trump’s telephone conversation with the Ukrainian president could be the basis for impeachment.In a conversation with US television channel CNN, President Saif, who chairs the secret committee of the lower house of Representatives in the lower house of the US parliament, said President Trump had tried to pressure any foreign leader to spit shake on the leader of the opposition Democratic Party. He has been pushing to make the content of the dialogue between President Trump and Ukrainian President Jelensky public. However, the White House has not yet made its details public. Trump is getting into controversy .
Trump’s telephone conversation could become the basis: Earlier, Trump claimed that the complaint against him was motivated by political motives. Last July, President Trump over the phone pressured the Ukrainian president to re-investigate Joan Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, who was at the forefront of the Democratic Party’s presidential race. He spent some time in Ukraine in connection with the work of an energy company while his father was vice president in the government of Barack Obama. Father Biden warned against stopping US assistance to Ukraine if he did not relinquish a prosecutor who was investigating his son’s company. Prosecutors were suspected of being involved in corruption. However, the investigation did not find evidence of anything inappropriate. President Trump has accepted the name of Joe Biden in a conversation with a Ukrainian counterpart. Biden has called for an investigation, accusing Trump of abusing his rights. He has called on President Trump to make the written statement of the American public immediately available to the American public. Trump is getting into controversy .
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