An attempt to isolate Trump led by partisans for political purposes



Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said on Wednesday that an attempt to isolate President Donald Trump is being led by partisans for political purposes.

In a tweet on his Twitter account, he pointed out that the Senate will not follow the approach of the House of Representatives in the case of isolating Trump.

In the early hours of Wednesday morning, the US Senate approved the rules governing the trial of President Donald Trump, and this included postponing discussions regarding calling witnesses until the middle of the trial.

The House of Representatives, with the support of all Republican members, voted by 53 votes to 47 in favor of approving the trial plan that allows the opening of the opening pleadings from members of the House of Representatives later in the day.

Earlier, Republican Senator Mike Brown announced after the US Senate hearing Tuesday The Democrats failed to prove that President Donald Trump violated the constitution, Describing the trial as “the bad day for Democratic minority leader Chuck Schumer and Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff.”

Brown said on his Twitter account: “Today was bad for Adam Schiff and Chuck Schumer. For the first time in this removal process, the Senate created a fair structure that gives the president an opportunity to present his case to the American people.”


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