Pelosi: Trump Used Office to ‘Undermined The Integrity of Our Elections'
House Speaker says 'the evidence is clear'
Pelosi said Trump undercut American national security along with the integrity of American elections, and “violated his oath of office.”
“[T]he evidence is clear that the president has used his office for his own personal gain, and in doing so, undermined the national security of the United States by withholding military assistance to the Ukraine, to the benefit of the Russians, that he has undermined the integrity of our elections by what he has done, again, the Russian interference being ignored by him."
"And third, he has violated his oath of office," Pelosi added.
On Thursday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell shredded Pelosi over her Democrats' ongoing "fantasy" anti-Trump impeachment campaign.
Sen. McConnell (R-KY) pulled the rug from under Pelosi's impeachment ambitions, declaring it "inconceivable" that the Senate would vote to remove President Donald Trump from office.
“I will repeat what I’ve said in the past,” McConnell told reporters amid the second week of the public impeachment inquiry.
Impeachment witnesses Kurt Volker, the former U.S. special envoy to Ukraine, and Tim Morrison, a top National Security Council official who was present at President Donald Trump's Ukraine phone call, gave testimonies on Tuesday confirming no bribery, no quid pro quo, and no extortion.
“I wanted to start between the July 25 call between President Trump and President Zelensky,” Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) began.
“Mr. Morrison, you were on that call, and there was no mention of withholding aid on the call, correct?”
“That is correct, Congresswoman,” Morrison replied.
Neon Nettle reported on Tuesday that the Democrats' star witness admitted that Hunter Biden being on the board of Burisma appeared to be a possible 'conflict of interest.
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and Jennifer Williams were grilled by Stefanik, who raised the key issue on Ukraine.