President Donald Trump is continuing to face House impeachment investigators, no matter how furiously he rages — or how many times he clings to his narrow, fluke electoral victory over Hillary Clinton in 2016, which he just tweeted about yet again the other day. This Wednesday, as the House Judiciary Committee got their first public impeachment inquiry hearing underway, Clinton herself took to Twitter to urge Americans to pay attention to the uncovered evidence. Specifically, she cited the recently released initial impeachment inquiry report from House Dems, which outlines the president’s brazen abuse of power and desperate Republican efforts to add to the obscuring smoke around that behavior.
‘Every American should read the evidence for themselves in the House’s impeachment inquiry report. It catalogues “a months-long effort by President Trump to use the powers of his office to solicit foreign interference on his behalf in the 2020 election.”’
Every American should read the evidence for themselves in the House’s impeachment inquiry report.
It catalogues “a months-long effort by President Trump to use the powers of his office to solicit foreign interference on his behalf in the 2020 election.” https://t.co/TAnQkPkw0p
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) December 4, 2019
Although a main focus of the report is recapping evidence including that which came out during public impeachment hearings led by the House Intelligence Committee, it included devastating newly available details as well.
For example, it included records showing concerning at best phone communications by personal Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani, who’s been a main advocate of Trump’s plot to get dirt on the Bidens from Ukraine. He was in repeated communication with interests from top Congressional Republican and Trump shill Devin Nunes to the White House Office of Management and Budget, which carried out a delay of aid for Ukraine that coincided with the desperate gamble for dirt. In other words, the corrupt cooperation runs more and more deeply.
This Wednesday, the House Judiciary Committee is hearing from four Constitutional law professors about the legal basis for impeaching Trump. Those professors — excluding the one that Republicans called — directly implicated the president in multiple impeachable offenses. Although House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) insisted just this Wednesday that there’s no set timeline on developing and eventually voting on official articles of impeachment, they seem to just be getting closer.
Check out Twitter’s response to Clinton below.