Donald Trump’s Impeachment Scandal

Donald Trump speaks out about the allegations made against him and even brings up impeachment.

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The allegedly scandalous behavior of the President is creating uncertainty in the American people.

By Emily Mireles, Staff Writer

On Monday, November 18, President Donald Trump stated that he would be willing to write an impeachment inquiry regarding what recently happened with Ukraine’s president.

Recently, Trump has been involved in a scandal and is facing some major backlash which is affecting his presidency.

The American people spoke up with the belief that Trump has done something wrong, and even did a poll regarding the scandal. Stated in The Washington Post, written by John Wagner, 51 percent of Americans think that Donald Trump did something wrong.

There have been allegations that Donald Trump was pressuring the Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky, to investigate Joe Biden and his son Hunter.

This turmoil in politics has caused the Democrats to consider an impeachment investigation.

There have been rumors since the beginning of Trump’s presidency that he’s been using his office for political gain, and allegations he has hidden the evidence of doing so. With the most recent rumors going around in politics, this scandal for many is the last straw with Trump’s presidency.

Trump has stated in his tweets that he would “strongly consider” an offer by the House speaker, Nancy Pelosi, about the Impeachment Panel.

Trump also stated that “Even though I did nothing wrong, and don’t like giving credibility to this No Due Process Hoax, I like the idea and will, in order to get congress focused again, strongly consider it.”

Later that same day people started speaking out about the recent news. McConnell stated he couldn’t imagine Trump leaving office. He stated he couldn’t comprehend Trump being removed from office with 67 votes from the senate.

Lee Zeldin also stated his opinion out to the public, saying that Trump shouldn’t testify. He believes that the president should worry about the country rather than “lowering himself” by giving attention to those who are “screaming at the sky”.