WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House violates the federal law by holding back the approved security aid by the legislature for Ukraine, a non-partisan national watchdog said on Thursday, in a blow to U.S. President Donald Trump as the Senate prepares to organize a Trial on whether to remove him from the office.
The Democratic leaders of representatives on Wednesday sent the Senate two costs it through last month accusing Trump’s misuse of power and the blockage of Congress arising from his dealings with Ukraine , clearing the road for only the third criminal trial of a president
Start at the same time seriously next week.
Abuse of power quoted by home included Trump’s retained $391 million in security aid for Ukraine, a Democratic moving party has said to be aimed at pressured Kiev on investigating political opponents Joe Biden, Republican president
Possible Democratic opponents of the US Nov. 3 election.
“Faithful implementation of the law does not permit the president to replace its own policy priorities for those to whom Congress has issued into the law,” The Office of Government Accountability (GAO) concluded, referring to the fact that Congress has abandoned to the appropriate funds.
An arm of the parliament, GAO is seen as a leading audit agency for the federal government that consultors various governments and government organizations on how dollars taxpayers are spending.
While the agency’s assessment is a hindrance to Trump, it’s unclear how or even if it’s shaped in his trial in…