Donald Trump is facing the most dangerous crisis of his presidency after becoming only the fourth US president to face an impeachment inquiry in the House of Representatives. After a July 25th call with the newly elected president of Ukraine, in which he urged Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate former vice-president Joe Biden and his son, Trump has denied impropriety and rejected suggestions that he withheld hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid to Ukraine to pressure its president into co-operating.
Over the next few months, six committees in the Democratically-controlled House will pursue an investigation that many believe will result in impeachment of the US president.
So you can be prepared to understand the flow of upcoming news about the impeachment inquiry, the FT has put together a guide to the most important dates and players in this inquiry. 👉
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Moody’s Analytics, which has accurately predicted who will win the presidency in past years, said that President Donald Trump will handily beat his opponents and will secure another four years in the White House in 2020.
After averaging three of its models, “Trump would hold on to key industrial Midwest states and pick up New Hampshire, Virginia and Minnesota, assuming historical average nonincumbent turnout.” http://flip.it/cS_Zpz