WASHINGTON (Reuters) – the White House told the legislative democracy on Sunday that the United States President Donald Trump and his lawyers do not participate in a hearing of Parliament this week, quoting a lack of “fundamental justice.”
Trump’s assistant responds defiantly to the first of the two important deadlines he faces in Congress this week as democracy prepares to change the focus of their thesis investigation from reality-looking to the consideration of the fees there may be of misconduct on his or her dealings with Ukraine.
The Democratic leaders of the Judicial Committee represented, tasked with reviewing the costs known as the article by impeachment, gave Trump until 18:00 (2300 GMT) on Sunday to say whether he would send a lawyer to participate in the Judicial table of proceedings on Wednesday.
“We cannot quite be expected to participate in a hearing while witnesses have not yet been named and while it remains unclear whether the Judicial committee will afford a fair presidency through the session The additional treatment, “White House consultant Pat Cipollone wrote to the chairman of the Judicial Committee Jerrold Nadler, according to a copy of a letter seen by Reuters.
Cipollone-While quoting a “complete lack of due process and fair basic president
“In the course of a crime-do not exclude involvement in further proceedings. But he reported that the first Democratic Party would have to take over the main procedure.
Nadler gave the White House a…