U.S. Congressmen to make Trump’s investigation public

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12:16, 29 October 2019

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Representatives of the Democratic Party in the US Congress are planning to make the investigation into President Donald Trump's impeachment public, agency DW reports.

It is noted that the chairman of the House Committee of Congress, James McGovern, said he would pass a resolution that would ensure the transparency of the investigation into Trump's impeachment.

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Such a decision was forced by Trump's ignorance of lawmakers' demands. The position of the president's lawyers was that President Donald Trump did not violate the law since an impeachment investigation was not formally sanctioned by the House of Representatives.

As we reported earlier, US Vice President Mike Pence and President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani said that they would not cooperate with the impeachment investigation initiated by the US House of Representatives, Reuters reports.

The Pentagon also claimed that it would not comply with a lawmakers' request to provide documents related to Trump's efforts to pressure Ukraine into investigating Joe and Hunter Biden.

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