A formal impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump has begun here in Washington.
It follows a whistleblower report that he tried to coerce the Ukrainian president into investigating former Vice President Joe Biden and his son.
Mr. Trump said he did nothing wrong.
CGTN’s Nathan King reports from the White House.
To discuss all of this:
- Amy Holmes is a political commentator and columnist with the Swiss weekly “Die Weltwoche.”
- Aaron Mate is a contributing writer for The Nation magazine and the host of “Pushback with Aaron Mate’.”
- Nate Lerner heads “Build the Wave,” a progressive grassroots political organization.
- Eleanor Clift is a columnist for The Daily Beast.
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