The US Congress releases a report on Trump’s abuse

The newsletter is designed to help better explain to voters the investigation that is being conducted against the President.

Nancy Pelosi, spokeswoman for the House of Representatives, has circulated a “newsletter” listing gross abuse of power accused by President Donald Trump. The list in particular includes “shocks”, “pressure campaigns” and “cover”. This is reported by The Washington Post on Tuesday, October 22.

“As evidence of the “shock”, the newsletter quotes transcripts of Trump’s July conversation with the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, who is said to create a picture of Trump’s abuse of his rights, prompting the foreign government to interfere in the US elections in 2020”, – the message reports.

As an evidence of “cover”, the document points to a complaint filed by the accuser that triggered the investigation into Trump’s impeachment.

Among the evidence for the “campaign of pressure” there is textual communication by the US Department of State officials.

This newsletter is designed to help “explain the investigation better” to its constituents.

It is noted that Democrats planned two closed discussions this week, including one with the participation of Bill Taylor, a senior official at the US Embassy in Ukraine. In a text conversation with other US diplomats, Taylor raised the alarm that the White House is holding back military aid to Ukraine and is insisting on investigating the 2016 US elections and the energy company that employed former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden.

The telephone conversation between the US President and his Ukrainian counterpart Vladimir Zelensky, which took place on July 25, caused a scandal and led to the launch of the Trump impeachment procedure.

According to opponents of the American leader, during the call he tried to influence Zelensky with the aim of initiating an investigation into the activities of Ex-Vice president Joe Biden’s son in Ukraine in exchange for providing financial and military assistance to Kiev.

Trump and Zelensky deny pressure during the conversation.