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u.s. representative speaker nancy pelosi and formal impeachment inquiry into whether. presidential powers during a call to the president. in the. president's betrayal of his oath of office. and the trail of the integrity of our election. will be.
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the arrest of an american soldier over an alleged plot to bomb a major news. for a more. social. they want a different men and women a different. 247 news live from the russian capital r.t. international from the team myself you know neal hello and welcome to our top story
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. us democratic house speaker nancy pelosi has announced a formal impeachment inquiry into president trump's alleged abuse of power during a phone call with the leader of ukraine her party claims mr trump threatened to freeze military aid to ukraine to pressure the country's leader into digging the dirt on the american leaders likely election rival former vice president joe biden and his song hunter the actions of the trump presidency revealed dishonorable fact of the president's betrayal of his oath of office betrayal of our national security and the trail of the integrity of our election look is just a continuation of the we're just it worse we're just a little history if she does that they all say that's a positive for really from the election how can you do this if you haven't even. artie's me from the ocean joins us now to discuss this further the threat of
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impeachment really it's something we've heard since donald trump came into power isn't that how likely therefore is that in this case well i can say that it's too early to say at this point but i know that the procedure is the same these new recent allegations will be added to other allegations against there are currently 6 cases investigated and if the judicial committee special did issue a committee decides that this time it isn't enough for an impeachable offense it will have to move forward to democrat controlled house of representatives and democrats are known for supporting any impeachment afeard they are strongly in favor of it but still $190.00 out of $218.00 votes will be needed to make it pass through which is not easy but even if it happens it will still have to pass through a republican controlled senate and 2 thirds majority is required there and of course people who are supporting unlikely to go against him in that vote so all
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in all it is unlikely to happen honestly speaking but again too early to say will bricked on what this case is about that well the case is in fact about donald trump allegedly doing some shady stuff with a leader of another country there is a classified complaint from an intelligence community whistleblower we don't know who is he or she. but it's about a phone call had with the criminal leader in july and allegedly during that phone conversation donald trump pushed more than one slide to ms lewinsky to start an investigation. into against. the former vice president jaw. and he was doing that at the time when the trumpet ministration was withholding the . the military aid to ukraine approved before by congress so this is why we hear some politicians some experts and journalists putting it as eve trump threatened to
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ukraine to hold these $250000000.00 in military aid back unless they dig up some dirt on political rival so a lot of us space to this we've got. we've got to biden who may be up against him for the oval office in 2020 we've got joe biden so we've got ukraine yes and we have to understand how these dots actually oh yeah that's a very good question will trump claims that when joe biden was vice president he pressure of ukraine to fire their top prosecutor because that gentleman was investigating a ukrainian company joe biden's son hunter was a board member of so it's quite easy eve this is the case of course it's a power abuse but these are just claims at this point if it's anything like previous calls for impeachment there's been
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a massive reaction to this bring us up to date with what's been said well 1st of all though he denied all the allegations although he admitted having a phone call with wide mr man and he acknowledged that he talked about joe biden and his son during that conversation and some corruption alleged corruption cases were also brought but he described that phone call as totally appropriate and actually a perfect call and he also admitted blocking military aid for ukraine but he explained that by fear is that europe was not contributing at the same time with america so it's all very explainable. to all of us because we still do not have that transcript of that phone call and we're looking forward to have it and the reaction from democrats and. publicans is quite predictable no one looked surprised but their road way let's take
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a look. the president is not does not comply with such requests from the congress he continues to obstruct congress and flaunt the law. will leave congress in my view no choice but to shooting fish in particular incident shows that the president clearly thinks he's above the law now he's admitted to using his office to snow the country to 2020 i fully support the impeachment inquiry they have been investigating this president before he even got elected they have voted 3 times on impeachment on this floor twice they voted before one word the mall report came back what she said today made no difference of what's been going on the house democrats have got impeachment fever and the only cure is going to be reelected the president in the 2020 alexion they want to continue the switch on trying to teach the president because they don't agree with the results of the 2016 election well
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as you can see the situation in the case is very complicated i think it's very important to try not to fall into any kind of speculation until we actually see the transcript of that phone call between trump and cements ok bring this right up to date. thank you. just keeping with the story a little bit longer because ukrainian president vladimir give a light hearted reply when asked about pressure from. the new film was a distant. dream. reaching for the studio and the men who did mostly to keep senior obama she's talking we heard more on this from former u.s. diplomat jim jones dress and political commentator john william lyden. i don't think the republicans in the senate would have just called for something and taken a hostile position to the president i mean look i held office 14 years i've had these conversations there were is was definitely
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a back channel discussions they're not going to do something to embarrass the president especially something that that is so groundbreaking is that we don't have whistleblowers that were listening in on conversations that the president made with foreign leaders they just released that those discussions that is that is unprecedented least in my political life time i've never seen that kind of pressure we have what's called you know separation of powers congress has their powers the president has his powers the courts have their powers and to force the president to release a private discussion. and understand the president is supposed to have some latitude to negotiate with people these are negotiating discussions they don't have the force of law i think they realize that unless they basically make as much disclosure as possible they're going to have even more problems with some of the
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republicans and that remember that's where their focus they need to i forget the exact number of 12 or 15 republicans in the senate did not to defect to convict the president if and as i believe when he was impeached i think that's really where their focus is so they're going want to show look we have nothing to hide here the president didn't do anything wrong and then they will argue over whether simply raising the question $100.00 biden is itself an offense or that there had to be something like a quid pro quo or sort of reminds me of what all of tribes defenders kept saying there was no collusion there was no collusion but at the same time it became established a fact for everybody that the russians tried to interfere in our lection i think that's sort of what we're going on here is that there was no quid pro quo yeah but you sought the help of a foreign government that should be. to get rid of you. you know russia's foreign minister of. the us for not issuing visas to russian diplomats planning to attend the u.n.
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general assembly calling it a shame we'll pick up the story and it will be here in the program. the arrest of a u.s. soldier over his alleged plans to bomb a news network has exposed a wider plot he allegedly also plan to travel to ukraine to fight alongside the infamous ultranationalists of the tell you with more on what we know here sorties dollar a quarter. planning a terror attack preparing to murder and tea for members this isn't a movie plot it's the allegations that recently landed jarret william smith in an f.b.i. cell and authorities say his plans were only confined to the us of a smith had spoken about his desire to travel to ukraine to fight with the ukraine based violent far right paramilitary group as of battalion why ukraine well it's a hotbed for the far right and white supremacy which have a big influence in the country's military the as all battalion for example its
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insignia features 2 nazi era symbols still widely used by neo nazi groups. i. i i i i i i i i. i i. i smith was dead set on joining up with thousands of and it's not just him reports say some of his collaborators were already fighting with another neo nazi group called right sector it seems kiev has a poll for americans on the far right remember charlottesville. of the. 4 members of the far right group involved in that riot were arrested and lo and
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behold they too had a fixation on the hours of battalion they even traveled to europe and met one of the battalions leaders with so many neo nazis in the us you would think washington would unambiguously oppose their growth but that's just not the case at 1st in 2015 congress unanimously voted against military aid to the neo nazi as of battalion i am grateful that the house of representatives unanimously passed my amendments last night to ensure that our military does not train members of the repulsive neo nazi azoff but talian but just one year later washington changed its mind and all of the sudden pictures began surfacing on social media of hours of and us soldiers striking poses together and makes you wonder if the u.s. even thinks nazi ideology is a threat let alone something negative frankly you know our vetting screens for human rights violations not for ideology neo nazis you know can join the us army to
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looks like the us army will take anyone these days as long as they hate the people washington wants them to hate in this case given the a sieve and the russian. dominated the united states floor at least a decade if not more it isn't surprising that the people who were eager to join the military who. are crazy with. russian isn't look wrong is when you have a volunteer. military as the us does it does attract. not necessarily very good people it also. acts people who subscribe to dangerous etiology there should be a bit gross as to prevent people who have these dangerous psychos. however.
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probably the u.s. military simply doesn't have the baby process there so eager to get as many recruits as possible that they wave almost everyone in. politicians and journalists around the world are still picking over the speech of 16 year old playmate activist gratitude burke out the un climate summit while she's being widely praised for her impassioned address there are those are say she's leading a cult for the younger generation rockers the ever looks at the thin line between activism and fanaticism. the thing with climate change is it's called delegated we don't fully understand it ourselves we know it's happening we know some of the reasons but it's all tenuous and the guys who have the best grasp of it scientists aren't always easy to understand but that's why mother nature gave us climate change activists no need for his meteorology degree there.
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are many activists it isn't about science or facts policy or debate it's faith belief in something greater something they don't miss sarah lee and the stand caught explain then called brand like the judeo christian religion the world is going to end in 12 years if we don't address climate change we face catastrophe and crisis on this planet climate change but that is not something that we have to prepare for it is something. it is here you know there's a word for that the in a feeling that the world is about to end that armageddon is around the corner it's called eschatology and it formed the basis of early christian dogma but the
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day of the lord will come as a thief in the night in which the heavens will pass away with a great noise and the elements will melt with fervent heat both the earth and the works that are in it will be burned up we should be grateful to climate change activists trying to save our unworthy polluted souls save us from judgment day and as with any faith they have a prophet for that you need a college education jesus didn't have a university degree now the lord of climate stability has sent us his daughter we are not in school today. and this time we are not alone we have some adults one other work today either.
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the ng and why because this is an emergency our house is on fire faith is for everyone the rich and the poor all genders races and ages this is a hooley crusade and anyone old enough to hold a protest side or throw a rock concert of the holy spirit of the atmosphere. brings a tear to my. exactly like the crusade of the year 1212 thousands of european children joined up to liberate the holy land of course none of them got there many died along the way but c'mon it's kids doing stuff that's poz everybody plus it
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makes the heretics look bad oh yeah like with any were legit there are heretics those who refuse to acknowledge god or whatever you believe in they have a name in this faith climate change deniers is no middle ground either if you're a skeptic you are a denial and climate change deniers a dirty trashy folk the sort who are going to roast in the hell where the lights stay on even when nobody's home climate change deniers are a danger to our security the gloves are off predatory climate deniers are threat to our children the depravity of climate change denial it sure looks like climate change is the new 21st century dogma overthe golden through to you we in the media we want to save your soul and if you already take my hand
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we're going to church. online church just open your internet browser and go to n.b.c. dot com confess there confess my children confess your sins cleanse your polluted souls seriously they've got a climate confessions page now tell me this isn't a full blown religion. the battle over gender stereotypes is being taken to french toy shops to shake things up a bit but is it a step too far we predict on what it's all about coming up. the democrats want to recapture the white house in
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a bad way their hatred of trump with the help of the liberal mainstream media as witness presidential candidates say some of the most extraordinary things but there is nothing extraordinary about their hatred of the president the question is do they have ideas to win. the world is driven by shaped by. the day or thinks. week to ask.
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russia's foreign ministry say 10 members of its delegation fail to get u.s. visas ahead of this week's u.n. general assembly debates the 2nd round of which gets going later today the head of russia's foreign affairs committee who was one of those directly involved called it a provocation foreign minister sergei lavrov. i think comments are redundant here it is just a shame for this nation which is trying to portray itself as the ultimate truth it's just a real shame. well off the general assembly itself. around venice we called all nations around the globe to embrace their sovereignty he was addressing the 1st day of the debates in new york with his delivery stirring
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a wave of online mockery for its monotony. one of the greatest security threats facing peace loving nations today is the repressive regime in iran. the regimes record of death and destruction is well known to us all. the dictator maduro is a cuban puppet protected by cuban bodyguards hiding from his own people well cuba plunders venezuela's oil wealth to sustain its own corrupt communist rule. wise leaders always put the good of their own people and their own country 1st the future does not belong to us the future belongs to patriots. mr trump's speech
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left many wondering what happened to his usual more delivery public appearances with it described yesterday as low on boring. and i'm. stuck. now and i'm. stuck. and that's the. thing. i mean. this is the book i was reading where we don't need trunk was insulting of the general assembly it is not a program going to paralyze the school. and. the
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killing. of. innocent. perhaps donald trump could record his comments airing now as bad time reading i'm ready to crash trump is reading this speech like a sleep deprived all stage most boring and low stamina speech i've ever heard in my life world leaders have now started reading books instead of listening to president trump speech at the un general assembly. yeah and just to note the leaders of ukraine and iran are expected to be among the speakers on day 2 of the 74th general assembly that bates will be following that closely. france has a new target in the battle against sexism children's toys ministers are making
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moves to mix things up so that money or factories and retailers don't automatically push dolls for girls and cars for boys a new agreement signed between the french government and toy makers hopes to attract more girls toward science and markets it also says yes the manufacturers advertisers and stores should remove certain color schemes on labeling the aim they say is to broaden children's imaginations so that they're not influenced by stereotypes as they grew up. where looking to work in the creation of itar east and also how they are represented in advertisement and the way their assault fighting discrimination later on requires action right from the very 1st days. well from being seen as a welcome move to broadening young minds to claims of gender engineering here's how the guidelines went on when we discussed it on r.t. . it's really good because they want to put an end to gender toys they want to give
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the freedom to children to choose whatever they want to so we're not forcing boyce or play with dolls if they don't want to of course and girls again they can play with adult all and then they can play with other stuff related to to you know computer science maybe math or other things that actually will be an incentive to women to choose other subjects in the university a psychology professor in cambridge university someone baron cohen has shown that as early as several days after birth the female babies show an interest in faces whereas male babies typically show an interest in mechanical items so there's some hard wiring that the idea that somehow you can to change society by but by by forcing boys to play with dolls and and girls play with trucks is as is an absolute it's ludicrous. bombings continue in yemen despite the hutus offering a truce
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a whistleblower given the silent treatment in washington and can indeed should coral reefs be cloned so i head in watching. with all make this manufacture consensus to the public well. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the final merry go round if certainly the one percent. we can all middle of the room sick.
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in 2040 you know bloody revolution 2 to crush the demonstrations going from being relatively peaceful political protests to be creasing the violent revolution is always spontaneous or is it just a lawyer. book video of a. split needle the former ukrainian president recalls the events of 2014. of those who took. it invested over $5000000000.00 to assist ukraine in these and other goals that will ensure a secure and prosperous and democratic. same prong but. just don't call. me. yet to shape out these days to come to advocate and engagement because of the trail.
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when so many find themselves worlds apart. just to look for common ground. greetings and sally. in today's geo political atmosphere it appears that the term give peace a chance has never been met with more callous disdain for no better example look to the ongoing war in yemen which has now been going strong for roughly 4 and a half years and is widely considered one of the biggest humanitarian catastrophes on the planet if not the biggest following their claim of responsibility for the recent attack in saudi arabia's oil field despite despite the united states still insisting that it was around their wing and just days into the 2001000 united nations general assembly in new york the who the rebels and yemen announced
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a call for truce and peace last friday night.


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