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The Impeachment of Donald Trump - The Trump Ukraine Impeachment Inquiry Report The Mueller Report Crucial Documents & Transcripts - cover

The Impeachment of Donald Trump - The Trump Ukraine Impeachment Inquiry Report The Mueller Report Crucial Documents & Transcripts

Investigation Federal Bureau of, Elizabeth B. Bazan, Robert S. Mueller, Special Counsel's Office U.S. Department of Justice, White House, National Security Agency U.S. Congress

Publisher: Madison & Adams Press

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Summary

This edition provides the complete overview of all the reports and documents related to the impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump, including declassified documents, transcripts and reports of various US security agencies and other actors involved in the investigation of the Russian Interference in the 2016 United States Elections, most recent telephone conversation with President Zelenskyy of Ukraine, as well as the connection of the American president with the Russian Government.
Impeachment: An Overview of Constitutional Provisions, Procedure, and Practice  
 Efforts to Impeach Donald Trump  
 The Mueller Report  
 Telephone Conversation with President Zelenskyy of Ukraine  
 Documents & Transcripts Related to Impeachment Attempt  
 Resolution of Inquiry Clarifying Any Potential Misunderstanding as to Whether Actions Taken by President-elect Donald Trump Constitute a Violatiogn of the Emoluments Clause, and Calling on President-elect Trump to Divest His Interest in, and Sever His Relationship to the Trump Organization  
 Dismissal of James Comey  
 James Comey FBI Farewell Letter  
 Representative Al Green Calls for Trump Impeachment  
 Jason Chaffetz Letter to FBI Over Comey Memo  
 Legal Grounds for Appointing a Special Counsel  
 The Jurisdiction and the Power of a Special Counsel  
 Appointment of Special Counsel to Investigate Russian Interference With the 2016 Presidential Election and Related Matters  
 Comey Statement for the Record Senate Select Committee on Intelligence  
 Impeaching Donald John Trump, President of the United States, for High Crimes and Misdemeanors  
 Documents Related to Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election  
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Available since: 07/08/2019.
Print length: 651 pages.

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