Impeachment Day Three to Five

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Presidential Impeachment
in the United States

I started watching Trump Impeachment on Wednesday, November 13, 2019. That first day was interesting, I’d never seen an impeachment hearing. Marie Yovanovitch presented compelling but elusive testimony. The United States is being torn apart because of these hearings.

She admitted to not knowing of illegal acts committed by President Trump. I didn’t watch very much of Friday’s testimony; the TV was on, but I wasn’t paying very much attention to it. I was looking forward to Tuesday’s testimony.

When Tuesday finally arrived, I started watching the hearing. I found it boring nothing very exciting was going on. More of the same speculation and presumption is what I heard. Adam Schiff acted like the hearings were a great success for The Democratic Party. I believe it will go to the Senate.

I heard that President Trump wants the Senate to have a trial. He can then take it to court and call witnesses that Adam Schiff would not allow in the house hearing. It would interest me to watch that trial. I believe that President Trump would make a very compelling witness during the Senate trial.

United States Impeachment Second Week

Tuesday- Day Three

Alexander Vindman

Alexander Semyon Vindman (born June 6, 1975) is a United States Army lieutenant colonel who serves as the director for European affairs for the United States National Security Council (NSC). Vindman came to national attention in October 2019 when he testified before the United States Congress regarding the trump–Ukraine scandal.

Commissioned in 1999 as an infantry officer, Vindman received a Purple Heart medal for wounds he received from an IED attack in the Iraq War in 2004. Vindman became a foreign area officer specializing in Eurasia in 2008 and assumed his current position as Director for European Affairs with the NSC in 2018.

Jennifer Williams

Jennifer Williams is an American United States Department of State official who has served as a special advisor to U.S. vice president Mike Pence on European and Russian affairs. Williams testified under subpoena in closed-door hearings before the House IntelligenceOversight, and Foreign Affairs committees on November 9, 2019. She later gave a public testimony to the House of Representatives ten days later.

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Kurt Volker

Kurt Douglas Volker is an American diplomat who served as the U.S. Ambassador to NATO and served as executive director of the McCain Institute for International Leadership. He worked in a volunteer capacity as the U.S. Special Representative for Ukraine until his resignation on September 27, 2019.

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Tim Morrison

Timothy Aaron Morrison (born c. 1978) is an American political adviser. He was briefly the top U.S. presidential advisor on Russia and Europe on the White House National Security Council, a position he took over from his predecessor Fiona Hill in August 2019, and from which he resigned on October 31, 2019.

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Wednesday – Day Four

Gordon Sondland

Gordon David Sondland (born July 16, 1957) is an American diplomat and businessperson. He is the United States Ambassador to the European Union.[3]Sondland is also the founder and former chairman of Provenance Hotels and co-founder of the merchant bankAspen Capital.

After watching some hearing today it has been sad president trump is guilty of one crime. David Sondland said as part of his testimony that President Trump conditioned a visit to the White House on confirmation of vice president Biden’s investigation.

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Laura Cooper

Laura K. Cooper is an American civil servant. She is Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Russian, Ukrainian, and Eurasian affairs in the office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, and a career member of the Senior Executive Service. She previously served as principal director in the office of the Homeland Defense and Global Security Affairs.

Cooper testified in closed-door session at United States Congress committee hearings on October 23, 2019; these committees are gathering information relevant to potential impeachment proceedings involving U.S. President Donald Trump.

David Hale

David Maclain Hale (born 1961) is a United States diplomat and career foreign service officer, currently serving as the United States Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs.

Thursday – Day Five

Fiona Hill

Fiona Hill (born October 1965) is a British-born American foreign affairs specialist and a former official at the National Security Council specializing in the former Soviet Union, Russian and European affairs.

David Holmes

David Holmes is an American diplomat. He is a United States Department of State official who serves as a counselor for political affairs at the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine. Holmes testified in closed-door hearings before the House IntelligenceOversight and Foreign Affairs committees in November 2019 as part of the Trump impeachment inquiry.

My Thoughts

I watched part of the impeachment hearings today. I turned it on and watched for a few minutes and decided it was very boring. Not much was happening, so I changed channels. I’ll wait for new news clips on Fox News and other stations to find out what happened. I don’t think the Democrats are getting the show they wanted.

There has been name-calling between president trump and speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.  I believe Nancy Pelosi called the president an impostor. I’m not sure what President Trump called Miss Pelosi other than she is stupid or words to that effect.


1 Comment

Scott · November 22, 2019 at 10:31 AM

This post is not the post that I wanted to create. I decided it would be easier just to give a short biography of the witnesses. I don’t really know why they were called witnesses because they witnessed nothing. I only heard supposition hearsay but not direct knowledge of anything that president Trump did that was illegal.

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