Trump: Will 'strongly Consider' Giving Testimony In Impeachment Probe

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President of United States Donald Trump said that he will 'strongly consider' testifying in writing as a part of the official impeachment inquiry next week.

Written By Aanchal Nigam | Mumbai | Updated On:
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President of United States Donald Trump said on November 18 that he will 'strongly consider' testifying in writing as a part of the official impeachment inquiry at the start of next week. The upcoming week will include public testimonies of eight current and former officials regarding President Trump's controversial call with Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky.

Recently, Trump took to Twitter to express his views regarding Speaker Nancy Pelosi's suggestion she made over the weekend. President Trump also went on to say that Speaker Pelosi has 'rigged the rules of the inquiry and again denies any wrongdoing while democrats still regard President Trump's actions as 'betrayal to the constitution'. The US President also says that he does not wish to 'give credibility' to the entire process which Republics call a 'sham' and 'hoax'. 

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'Defend our Democracy'

Speaker Nancy Pelosi who initially launched the impeachment inquiry on September 25 followed by a complaint of a whistleblower about the US President pressuring the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, to initiate an investigation into former Vice President, Joe Biden's son. In the recent turn of events, the closed-door impeachment inquiry has been televised for the citizens to know the testimonies of senior White House officials. According to the Speaker of House of Representatives, the witnesses summoned by the court last week have confirmed that President Trump had traded away national interests in order to defend his own interests. 

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