Fox News legal analysts rejected the validity of the House Democrat impeachment investigation after former US Ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, resigned last week to MP Adam Schiff, D-Calif., And the House Intelligence Committee testified to Capitol Hill.
Jenna Ellis Rives, senior legal adviser to the Trump 2020 campaign, appeared on Saturday in Fox & Friends: Weekend with hosts Ed Henry and Lisa Boothe.
Rives said, "What we have now is the burden of proof for the Democrats and they can not show it." Telephone call of the President of July 25 with the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenksy.
CHRIS STEWART DROPPED BY YOVANOVITCH SHOWS THAT DEMOCRATS HAVE NO CASE, SAYS GOP.
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The President's motion came after millions of US military aid had been frozen for Ukraine, led by Democrats and Witnesses in return.
However, Zelensky said he felt no pressure during the call. The White House has not maintained any misconduct and the President has repeatedly said that the solicitation is "perfect", arguing that it contains "no consideration".
Within the last week, the Democrats have noticeably changed their rhetoric by accusing the President of bribery instead of return.
Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett said, "Bribery is nothing but consideration – an exchange of benefits, but if the recipient of the consideration does not know the consideration, it's a legal impossibility that there's anything in return."
He said Democrats are looking for "an excuse, a pretext to sue the president" because "they are driven by hatred or bias".
The former chairman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, Jason Chaffetz, added that he believes that "Donald Trump is facing Russia much harder than Barack Obama" immortalized Democrats and that he had had ished-republicans hearing them Yovanovitch told Rep. Chris Stewart, a Utah Republican in the House Intelligence Committee, that she could not provide the panel with information about criminal activity or bribes that President Trump might have been involved in.
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"Do you have any information about criminal activity in which the President of the United States ever participated?" Stewart asked.
"No," said Yovanovitch.
"The Americans know this is nonsense," Stewart added. "The American people know that this is unfair."
"It's a total delusion," Rives concluded. "This is just a political maneuver before the court of public opinion to eliminate a duly elected president."
Brooke Singman of Fox News and Victor Garcia have contributed to this report.