摘要: 上周四晚间，参议院情报委员会主席、北卡罗莱纳州共和党人Richard Burr表示，该委员会还将调查特朗普在乌克兰的行动。他表示“致力于确保我们深入了解哪些问题需要答案。”美国司
One day after the White House issued a call record, Trump was accused of asking the Ukrainian president to investigate Biden’s report on the phone on July 25th, which was announced on Thursday (September 26), making his situation worse.
On Thursday night, Senator Richard Burr, chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee and North Carolina Republican, said the committee would also investigate Trump’s actions in Ukraine. He said "is committed to ensuring that we have an in-depth understanding of which questions require an answer." The US Department of Justice conducted a preliminary investigation into the complaints of whistleblowers and concluded that there is no need to initiate a criminal investigation. But Congress can make another decision. According to the US Constitution, for the purpose of impeachment, lawmakers have the right to determine whether the president’s actions constitute “felony and misdemeanor”.
Last Wednesday (September 25), the call with the Ukrainian president was exposed, and it is evolving into the biggest threat to President Trump’s career, even surpassing the “one-door” investigation that entangled him for the first two years. In the Ukrainian incident, the most destructive facts were hidden in the president’s own words recorded in the memorandum. The five-page memo largely confirmed the content of the whistleblower’s complaint.
Trump is still pouring oil on his own. Last Thursday, Trump made a verbal attack on Biden in a closed-door talks with US diplomats in New York and attacked the reporter's complaint. Trump said in his activities last Thursday: "We are in a state of war." "I want to know who the person is and who provided the information to the reporter? Because it is close to being a spy."
US House Speaker Pelosi said that Trump’s move triggered a “national security issue that cannot be ignored”, which will be the focus of the Congress’ impeachment investigation. "As far as the public is concerned, we must keep an eye on one issue, that is, the US president is using taxpayers' money to extort a foreign leader."
Pelosi said that Trump apparently did not loyal to his oath, and he asked foreign leaders to dig the shady domestic political enemies, which is "harming our elections." She also said that Trump "arbitrarily detained funds approved by the two parties in Congress to undermine our national security." It refers to reports that the US government has ordered the president to stop military aid to Ukraine.
Pelosi said: "This is not a joy. This is a sad moment for our country."
The report letter added to the Democratic Party the courage to seek Trump's removal. Many Republicans had previously criticized the House of Representatives for imposing a presidential move, and now remain silent. The report alleged that Trump abused power and asked the latter to help investigate former US Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter on July 25 when talking to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.