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US House Judiciary Chief Nadler Said Trump's Actions Are Impeachable

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US House Judiciary Chief Nadler Said Trump's Actions Are Impeachable

US House Judiciary Chief Nadler Said Trump's Actions Are Impeachable

U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler spoke out.

He closed his panel’s impeachment hearing by condemning President Donald Trump.

Nadler said Trump’s conduct was a threat to the country’s elections and democratic system of government.

He said: “Such conduct is clearly impeachable.

This committee will proceed accordingly.” The House Intelligence Committee staff is investigating Trump’s trying to get Turkey involved with investigation Joe Biden.

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