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U.S. Congress prepares ground for Trump's impeachment

Several congressional committees study the issues relating to providing of tax declarations, illegal money transfer to witnesses and budgetary expenditures
11:45, 8 September 2019

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The U.S. Congress will put on a vote the resolution for an investigation to impeach President Donald Trump, as The Voice of America informs. 

"The members of the Legal Committee of the Chamber of Representatives are planning to vote in order to define the parameters of investigating actions aimed at declaration of the impeachment to President Donald Trump," reads the message.

Related: Majority of representatives support Trump's impeachment in U.S. Congress

Now several congressional committees are studying the issues relating to providing of tax declarations, illegal money transfer to witnesses who threatened the President to publish the information about his private life as well as budget expenditures on own hotels and other types of property.

The parliamentarians are to produce the document for consideration of the Legal Committee on the next week.

The resolution project will be published on Monday.

The impeachment clause should be put on a vote in the Chamber of Representatives and in case it is approved, the document will be sent to the Senate.

However, the Senate consisting mostly of the Republicans will hardly approve the idea about Trump's impeachment. 

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