World / Trump targeted former ambassador during testimony, Investigation Committee called it a threat

Zoom News : Nov 16, 2019, 03:18 PM
The impeachment investigation against US President Donald Trump continues. Trump is accused of forcing Ukraine to act against former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden. Mary Yovanovich, who was the US ambassador to Ukraine on Friday, was called for testimony in the case. However, as soon as Mary started speaking, Trump started targeting her with a few tweets. The chairman of the investigation committee said that President Trump's tweets are bullying witnesses.

The investigation of impeachment motion against Trump is being broadcast live on TV. At the same time as Mary testified, Trump tweeted at the same time, accusing her of making Somalia's situation worse. The President wrote, "Wherever Mary Yovanovich became ambassador, the situation deteriorated. He started work from Somalia. How was it?

Adam Schiff, the head of the investigation committee, read Trump's tweets to Mary during testimony. To this Mary said, "I don't think I have such strength, neither Mogadishu nor Somalia or anywhere else I had such strength." I think the conditions improved wherever I served. ”Mary's testimony also aired live on TV.

On September 24, impeachment Nancy Pelosi spoke against Trump to impeach Trump. Trump is accused of pressuring Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zalensky to investigate a corruption case against Democrat leader Joe Biden and his son Hunter. A whistleblower had filed a complaint in the case. However, Trump has said that he is ready to give details of the conversation with Jalensky in a phone call.