Il primo procedimento di messa in stato di accusa contro il precedente Presidente Donald John Trump.

Di seguito sono riportati gli atti relativi al primo procedimento di messa in stato di accusa, di impeachment, a carico del precedente Presidente degli Stati Uniti d’America Donald John Trump.
Le didascalie sono lasciate in lingua inglese così come intitolate dall’Editore e dagli Autori del Magazine “Time”, del Canale Broadcaster per l’informazione televisiva “ABC News” e del giornale “Washington Post” sui rispettivi Canali YouTube.

13.11.2019 h. 05:37’:12’’.
From TIME. U.S. House Intelligence Committee holds open first hearings in the request of impeachment inquiry of the President Donald John Trump.
U.S. House Intelligence Committee holds open first hearings in Democrats’ request of impeachment inquiry of the President Donald John Trump.

15.11.2019 h. 06:18’15’’.
From TIME. U.S. House Intelligence Committee continues open hearings in the request of impeachment inquiry of the President Donald John Trump.
The U.S. House Intelligence Committee holds its first open hearings as Democrats build a case against President Donald John Trump. Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, who served as Ambassador to Ukraine until her abrupt removal earlier this year, gives evidences.

19.11.2019 h. 04:59’:20’’.
From TIME. U.S. House Intelligence Committee’s enters in the second week of the open hearings concerning the request of the impeachment inquiry of the President Donald John Trump.
Ongoing coverage of the request of the impeachment inquiry of the President Donald John Trump. The committee will hear from Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and Vice President Mike Pence aide Jennifer Williams.

19.11.2019 h. 06:20’:41’’.
From TIME. U.S. House Intelligence Committee’s open hearings concerning the request of the impeachment inquiry of the President Donald John Trump.
U.S. House Intelligence Committee starts afternoon session of today’s open hearings in Democrats’ request of the impeachment inquiry of the President Donald John Trump. The committee will hear from former Ukraine envoy Kurt Volker and former NSC aide Timothy Morrison.

20.11.2019 h. 11:30’:50’’.
From TIME. Laura Cooper and David Hale testify as Trump impeachment inquiry continues.
Laura Cooper and David Hale testify before House investigators continue the prosecution of the course of the inquiry in the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.

18.12.2019 h. 11:55′:00”.
From WP-Washington Post. The full House of Representatives will debate and vote on the articles of the request of the impeachment inquiry of the President Donald John Trump.
If at least one of the articles passes, Trump will be the third president in U.S. history to be impeached. If the House decides to impeach, the Senate will hold a trial to consider if Trump should be removed from office. On this historic day, The Post’s Libby Casey will be joined by Washington Post reporters Elise Viebeck, Amber Phillips, and Rhonda Colvin to take you through the process.
Trump is the fourth president in U.S. history to face impeachment, which could be approved this week on the House floor. At the center of the Democrats’ case is that Trump sought to withhold military assistance and an Oval Office meeting until Ukraine announced investigations into former vice president Joe Biden and his son.

21.01.2020 h. 11:55’:00’’.
From ABC News. From the U.S. Senate: the first day of hearing of the trial concerning the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.
The first day of hearing of the trial of the impeachment of the President Donald Trump from the U.S. Senate.

21.01.2020 h. 11:55’:00’’.
From WP-Washington Post. The first day of the trial of the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.The discussion concerning the rules of the trial.
The Senate trial begins for the impeachment of the President Donald Trump. Today, the Senate will vote to start President Trump’s Senate impeachment trial with a resolution that sets up the rules of the trial, including how long it will last and how long everyone has to speak. Each side will get a set amount of hours to present its case for or against the president.
President Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives in December for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Impeachment does not mean that the president has been removed from office. In the next phase, the Senate must hold a trial to make that determination. A Senate impeachment trial has happened only two other times in American history and once in the modern era. At the center of the Democrats’ case is that Trump sought to withhold military assistance and an Oval Office meeting until Ukraine announced investigations into former vice president Joe Biden and his son.

22.01.2020 h. 08:59’:14’’.
From ABC News. From the U.S. Senate: the second day of hearing of the trial concerning the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.
The second day of hearing of the trial of the impeachment of the President Donald Trump from the U.S. Senate.

22.01.2020 h. 11:55’:00’’.
From WP-Washington Post. The second day of the trial of the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.
Opening arguments in the President Donald John Trump’s impeachment trial began on Jan. 22 in the Senate. House managers, led by Republicans, Adam B. Schiff (Democratic Party-California), will present three days of opening arguments. Then, senators will have 16 hours to ask questions in writing. Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. will read the questions out loud, and the appropriate side – defense or prosecution – can answer them.
President Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives in December for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Impeachment does not mean that the president has been removed from office. In the next phase, the Senate must hold a trial to make that determination. A Senate impeachment trial has happened only two other times in American history and once in the modern era. At the center of the Democrats’ case is that Trump sought to withhold military assistance and an Oval Office meeting until Ukraine announced investigations into former vice president Joe Biden and his son.

23.01.2020 h. 10:28’:48’’.
From ABC News. From the U.S. Senate: the third day of hearing of the trial concerning the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.
The third day of hearing of the trial of the impeachment of the President Donald Trump from the U.S. Senate.

23.01.2020 h. 11:23’:12’’.
From WP-Washington Post. The third day of the trial of the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.
Opening arguments in President Trump’s impeachment trial began on Jan. 22 in the Senate. House managers, led by the Republicans, Adam B. Schiff (Democratic Party-California), will present three days of opening arguments. Then, senators will have 16 hours to ask questions in writing. Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. will read the questions out loud, and the appropriate side – defense or prosecution – can answer them.
President Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives in December for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Impeachment does not mean that the president has been removed from office. In the next phase, the Senate must hold a trial to make that determination. A Senate impeachment trial has happened only two other times in American history and once in the modern era. At the center of the Democrats’ case is that Trump sought to withhold military assistance and an Oval Office meeting until Ukraine announced investigations into former vice president Joe Biden and his son.

24.01.2020 h. 11:23’:52’’.
From ABC News. From the U.S. Senate: the fourth day of hearing of the trial concerning the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.
The fourth day of hearing of the trial of the impeachment of the President Donald Trump from the U.S. Senate.

24.01.2020 h. 09:44’:18’’.
From WP-Washington Post. The fourth day of the trial of the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.

25.01.2020 h. 04:09’:24’’.
From ABC News. From the U.S. Senate: the fifth day of hearing of the trial concerning the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.

25.01.2020 h. 04:13’:01’’.
From WP-Washington Post. The fifth day of the trial of the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump. The House managers wrapped up their arguments against President Trump on Jan. 24. Trump’s team, including lawyers Pat Cipollone and Jay Sekulow, now has 24 hours to present their case. After Trump’s lawyers conclude their presentation early next week, senators will have an opportunity to submit questions to both sides in writing. Following that, debate will turn to whether to call witnesses and subpoena documents.
Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives in December for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Impeachment does not mean that the president has been removed from office. In the next phase, the Senate must hold a trial to make that determination. A Senate impeachment trial has happened only two other times in American history and once in the modern era. At the center of the Democrats’ case is that Trump sought to withhold military assistance and an Oval Office meeting until Ukraine announced investigations into former vice president Joe Biden and his son.

27.01.2020 h. 08:24’:14’’.
From ABC News. From the U.S. Senate: the sixth day of hearing of the trial concerning the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.

27.01.2020 h. 09:55’:48’’.
From WP-Washington Post. The sixth day of the trial of the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.
The House managers wrapped up their arguments against President Trump on Jan. 24. Trump’s team, including lawyers Pat Cipollone and Jay Sekulow, now has 24 hours to present their case. After Trump’s lawyers conclude their presentation, senators will have an opportunity to submit questions to both sides in writing. Following that, debate will turn to whether to call witnesses and subpoena documents.
Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives in December for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Impeachment does not mean that the president has been removed from office. In the next phase, the Senate must hold a trial to make that determination. A Senate impeachment trial has happened only two other times in American history and once in the modern era. At the center of the Democrats’ case is that Trump sought to withhold military assistance and an Oval Office meeting until Ukraine announced investigations into former vice president Joe Biden and his son.

28.01.2020 h. 02:07’:46’’.
From ABC News. From the U.S. Senate: the seventh day of hearing of the trial concerning the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.

28.01.2020 h. 04:17’:00’’.
From WP-Washington Post. The seventh day of the trial of the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.

29.01.2020 h. 11:26’:25’’.
From ABC News. From the U.S. Senate: the eighth day of hearing of the trial concerning the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.

29.01.2020 h. 11:55’:00’’.
From WP-Washington Post. The eighth day of the trial of the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.
Senators begin the question and answer phase of the President Trump’s impeachment trial. President Trump’s lawyers continue their allotted 24 hours to make a presentation in the Senate impeachment trial. House impeachment managers and President Trump’s lawyers have concluded their opening arguments in the Senate. The impeachment trial moves into the question period for both sides on Jan. 29, when senators submit questions in writing to Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. The chief justice will read questions out loud, alternating between the majority and minority for up to eight hours.
Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives in December for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Impeachment does not mean that the president has been removed from office. In the next phase, the Senate must hold a trial to make that determination. A Senate impeachment trial has happened only two other times in American history and once in the modern era. At the center of the Democrats’ case is that Trump sought to withhold military assistance and an Oval Office meeting until Ukraine announced investigations into former vice president Joe Biden and his son.

30.01.2020 h. 11:32’:16’’.
From ABC News. From the U.S. Senate: the ninth day of hearing of the trial concerning the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.

30.01.2020 h. 11:55’:00’’.
From WP-Washington Post. The ninth day of the trial of the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.
Senators continue the question and answer phase of the President Trump’s impeachment trial. House impeachment managers and President Trump’s lawyers have concluded their opening arguments in the Senate. The impeachment trial is now in the question period for both sides, when senators submit questions in writing to Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. The chief justice will read questions out loud, alternating between the majority and minority for up to eight hours.
Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives in December for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Impeachment does not mean that the president has been removed from office. In the next phase, the Senate must hold a trial to make that determination. A Senate impeachment trial has happened only two other times in American history and once in the modern era. At the center of the Democrats’ case is that Trump sought to withhold military assistance and an Oval Office meeting until Ukraine announced investigations into former vice president Joe Biden and his son.

31.01.2020 h. 05:48’:24’’.
From ABC News. From the U.S. Senate: the tenth day of hearing of the trial concerning the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.

31.01.2020 h. 08:51’:50’’.
From TIME. The tenth day of the trial of the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump.
President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial begins on this friday. Senators debate and vote on whether to seek on witnesses and documents in President Trump’s impeachment trial. A crucial vote is anticipated Jan. 31 on whether to call witnesses in the Trump impeachment trial, including former national security adviser John Bolton. In a manuscript of his new book, Bolton reportedly says that Trump directly tied the holdup of nearly $400 million in military assistance to Ukraine to investigations of the Biden family.
Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives in December for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Impeachment does not mean that the president has been removed from office. In the next phase, the Senate must hold a trial to make that determination. A Senate impeachment trial has happened only two other times in American history and once in the modern era. At the center of the Democrats’ case is that Trump sought to withhold military assistance and an Oval Office meeting until Ukraine announced investigations into former vice president Joe Biden and his son.

03.02.2020 h. 07:29′:07’’.
From ABC News. Senate impeachment trial of the President Trump resumes with closing arguments.

03.02.2020 h. 08:58’:50’’.
From WP-Washington Post. At the Senate the trial for the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump resumes with the illustration and the representation of the closing arguments.
Closing the arguments will begin Feb. 3 after the Senate rejected a measure to call witnesses in President Trump’s impeachment trial on Jan. 31. The trial will be the first in U.S. history without witnesses. Senators plan to vote two days later on the impeachment charges against Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
Democrats had been pushing to call former national security adviser John Bolton and other officials who declined to participate in the House proceedings that led to Trump’s impeachment. But most GOP senators, led by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (Republican Party-Kentucky), rallied to the president’s defense and said he should not be removed from office.
Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives in December. The crux of the case for his impeachment is the allegation that he withheld military aid and a White House meeting to pressure Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden and his son. Hunter Biden served on the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company, while his father was vice president.

05.02.2020 h. 07:19′:08”.
From TIME. Senators vote on articles of impeachment against President Trump.
Senators vote on the articles concerning the trial for the impeachment against the President Donald John Trump.

05.02.2020 h. 06:17′:41”.
From WP-Washington Post. The trial for the impeachment of the President Donald John Trump, the expression of the final vote by the Senate.
The historic trial will wrap on Feb. 5 with a likely acquittal in the Republican-led Senate. Senators plan to vote today at 4 p.m. ET on the impeachment charges against Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Closing arguments began on Feb. 3 after the Senate rejected a measure to call witnesses – the trial will be the first in U.S. history without witnesses.
Democrats had been pushing to call former national security adviser John Bolton and other officials who declined to participate in the House proceedings that led to Trump’s impeachment. But most GOP senators, led by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), rallied to the president’s defense and said he should not be removed from office.
Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives in December. The crux of the case for his impeachment is the allegation that he withheld military aid and a White House meeting to pressure Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden and his son. Hunter Biden served on the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company, while his father was vice president.