Chief impeachment manager Adam Schiff said this in Trump impeachment case
Chief impeachment manager Adam Schiff said this in Trump impeachment case

Adam Schiff, the chief impeachment manager of the lower house of the House of Representatives, is seen to be very strict to dismiss President Donald Trump. In this he has requested to be dismissed. Not only this, he has said that Trump has kept his interests above the interests of the country, in such a way he cannot be trusted. Along with this, opposition Democratic Party MPs have said during the hearing that Trump had openly misused his power for political gain.

In his statement, Schiff said that the American people need a president whom they can trust and who gives priority to their interests. Schiff's prosecution team argued that Trump had openly and dangerously misused his power for political gains. On the second day of the impeachment hearing Thursday, the prosecution managers of the House, while presenting arguments, tried to dismiss the Republican party's claim that Donald Trump did nothing wrong.

For your information, let us tell you that among the 100 senators sitting as judges, prosecutors showed old video clippings in favor of their allegations, in which two defenders of the President are saying that misuse of power is a crime in which impeachment can be carried out. Jerry Nadler, one of the impeachment managers and the chairman of the Judicial Committee of the House of Representatives, also strongly argued against Trump. He said that Trump had misused his office and power for his personal interest by requesting another country to interfere in the US election. Doing so is also a violation of swearing.

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