In a 300-page document the Chamber writes that there is “overwhelming evidence” that President Trump has withheld military aid to Ukraine in exchange for a promise to investigate Joe Biden and his son, putting his personal interests before those of the nation.
The text, a 300-page document, was approved by the Democrats, while all Republicans voted against it. This dossier arrives after two months of testimony , public and private, and reports in detail a campaign of pressure carried out by Trump and his circle for Ukraine to open an investigation to discredit the former vice president and candidate for the White House in 2020. To achieve this, the tycoon would leverage military aid to Kiev (about $ 400 million) and a meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Washington.
What happens now?
The report will be transmitted and used as a basis by the Justice commission of the chamber to draft the articles of the indictment. Once established, the Chamber will have to vote to approve them or not (it should be noted that even in this case the majority of the commission will be democratic). If the House votes positively, a process will be established in which the senators will be the judges and will hear the facts of the parties involved: the Chamber in the guise of the prosecution and the lawyers of Trump in the guise of defense. All will be supervised by the judge in charge of the Supreme Court.