Romney will vote to convict Donald Trump on charge of abuse of power

first_imgDuring his statement Romney said “There’s no question that the president asked a foreign power to investigate his political foe,” “That he did so for a political purpose, and that he pressured Ukraine to get them to do help or to lead in this effort. My own view is that there’s not much I can think of that would be a more egregious assault on our Constitution than trying to corrupt an election to maintain power. And that’s what the president did.” On Wednesday, Romney said he will vote to convict Trump on the article charging the president with abuse of power. He said he would acquit Trump on the article charging obstruction of Congress. Utah Sen. Mitt Romney will become the first Republican to cross party lines and vote to convict President Donald Trump on one of the two articles of impeachment that have been filed against the president. Romney also said his decision to vote to convict the president was “the hardest decision” he has ever had to make and one that he hoped he would never have to make. The Senate will vote on the articles of impeachment Wednesday afternoon. Even with Romney crossing party lines, the Senate is expected to easily acquit Trump on both charges, considering Democrats only hold 47 seats.Two-thirds of the 100 lawmakers in the Senate would need to vote to convict the President in order to remove him from office.last_img read more

United gave Bournemouth 15 minutes to sell to King

first_imgAccording The athletic, the options were two. On the one hand it was Joshua King, the Norwegian of Bournemouth who have been following for some time, and on the other Odion Ighalo, the Nigerian of Shanghai Shenhua who in his day we could see in the Pomegranate. It was the last day of the winter transfer window and Manchester United needed a striker in a hurry, both for the performance of the team during the season, as the recent injuries in attack. Premier League* Data updated as of February 18, 2020 25 7 And by the last day of the transfer market, the executive vice president, Ed woodward, made a call to Neill baker, the president of Bournemouth. In it he gave an ultimatum: “You have fifteen minutes to tell us if you accept the offer or we will sign a player from China.” At that time they had offered 25 million pounds, that is, 30 million euros. Nevertheless, the English club did not accept the offer on time, so United met its threat and finally Ighalo was chosen, who traveled even without passing the corresponding medical examination. The Nigerian striker has not yet been able to train with the rest of his teammates for the precautions that are being taken because of the coronavirus since he is coming from China, although it is expected to enter the next team calls.last_img read more