President Donald Trump’s trial in the Senate begins on Tuesday. However, the question “Will the witnesses are heard?” Has not yet been answered.
Democrats in the Senate want some current and former Trump administration officials to testify. Democrats have to get the support of 51 members in the Senate to get it accepted. This means that the support of four Republican senators is needed.
However, many Republican eyewitnesses are against being heard. If the eyewitnesses are heard, they are asked to testify as follows:
Bolton Trump’s former national security adviser. Democrats believe that Bolton has important first-hand information when investigating Ukraine’s Bidenlar investigations.
Those who conducted the disgraceful investigation at the House of Representatives believe that Bolton opposed the suspension of $ 391 million of military aid to Ukraine.
Bolton refused to testify in the evil investigation conducted by the House of Representatives, but announced on January 6 that he wanted to testify in the Senate, surprisingly.
Democrats note that Mick Mulvaney, who temporarily runs the White House General Secretariat, is directly involved in suspending aid to Ukraine and has first-hand knowledge.
At a press conference in October, Mulvaney admitted that the aid for this country was suspended, so that the White House would receive Trump’s investigations into Ukraine, but later stepped back from its statements.
Mulvaney did not take into account the summons of the House of Representatives to testify.
Duffey is a name politically appointed to the White House Budget Office and manages national security resources. Duffey is the name that instructs the Pentagon to suspend security assistance to Ukraine, according to the records. Duffey did not cooperate with the dismissal investigation of the House of Representatives.
Blair is Trump’s assistant and Mulvaney’s advisor. Blair was one of those who listened to the phone conversation of President Trump and the President of Ukraine, which was the subject of the evil investigation. Blair is also one of the names that did not cooperate with the House of Representatives in the framework of the evil investigation.
Joe Biden and Hunter Biden
Trump accuses Joe Biden of trying to stop the investigation of the company Burisma, where his son Hunter Biden worked, while he was vice president. Trump has not provided evidence for this.
Trump said he wanted to listen to Biden and his son at the trial in the Senate on January 9. Biden also stated that he would obey the Senate on 28 December, but noted that there was no legal basis for this.
The person reporting the complaint
Trump previously stated that he wanted the person who started this process in the Senate to rest. The person reported Trump’s speech of 25 July to the authorities, causing the dismissal process to begin.