About 150 House Democrats – well over half of the 235-member caucus – have now returned some kind of impeachment action in the wake of President Donald Trump's growing scandal with Ukraine.
The rapidly expanding list includes 11 lawmakers who have come out in favor after reports last week that the president is urging Ukraine to investigate the Biden family.
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On Monday night, by Washington Post, op. article, seven freshmen from the Camari Democrats called for an impeachment hearing in response to a scandal with Ukraine, which three sources said NBC News could give House Speaker Nancy Pelosi the "cover" she should support  "That's the main thing Uva me that this is a bending point, "said one source.
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"These statements are stunning both in the threat to national security they represent and in the potential corruption that represent, "the seven freshmen wrote.
The recent impeachment follows days of Trump's apparent push to push the Ukrainian government to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, who had business deals in the country.
On Monday, The Washington Post and other media reported that Trump had instructed his chief to withhold $ 400 million in military aid to Ukraine in the days before his check in late July over a telephone conversation with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky.
In response to these allegations, White House Deputy Secretary of State Hogan Gidley said Monday that "the allegations are completely false, but because the media wants this story to be so bad, they will again produce rage and banish the ignorant "
Trump has already admitted that he talked about Biden with Zelensky and, discussing this conversation with reporters on Monday, has tied a military aide to the country's corruption investigation.
"We want to make sure the country is honest. It's very important to talk about corruption," Trump said on Monday. "If you're not talking about corruption, why would you give money to a country that you think is corrupt? "
Later in the day, Trump denied any money to the Pro Quo, where he promised to give Ukraine the money in exchange for a further Bidens study.
"I didn't put any pressure on them," he said. I think it would probably be good if I did. But I didn't. I did not put any pressure on them. "
The Trump and Zelensky discussions came under strict scrutiny following a complaint by US intelligence officials, which reportedly commits to talking between the two leaders. The administration declined to submit the complaint to Congress.
his colleagues on Sunday, Pelosi threatened a "new phase of investigation" if the Trump administration and acting director of national intelligence, Joseph Maguire, failed to lodge a complaint with whistleblowers when Maguire reported
Maguire and Inspector General Atkinson will also be presented before the Senate Intelligence Committee behind closed doors Thursday afternoon. Pelosi convened a meeting of all carts at 4 pm on Tuesday.
Trump is annoyed with the opportunity to release a transcript of his phone call with Zelensky,
Meanwhile, on Saturday, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Vadim Prystayko said he did not think Trump would pressure Zelensky during phone call. Trump and Zelensky will meet face-to-face this week on the sidelines of a session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
Trump and his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, have been engaged for months in which Ukraine has had to look into the applications. – an effort supported by the State Department.
It focuses on the ex-Vice-President's 2016 appeal, widely supported by the international community, for Ukraine to tackle corruption. This included a call for the removal of Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin, who was judged ineffective and later removed from the country's parliament. One of the cases in which Shokin was investigating was related to Burisma Holdings, a natural gas company whose council at that time included Biden's son.
Earlier this year, Bloomberg News, citing documents and an interview with a former Ukrainian official, said Burma's investigation interrupted more than a year at a time when Biden called for a crackdown on corruption. The then Attorney General at the time told the news agency that he found no evidence of misconduct by Biden and his son. And PolitiFact reports it finds no evidence to "support Joe Biden's idea, given his son's interests."