Trump looks accusations in the face and does not like what he sees


Donald Trump's political tragedy in New York is that he actually believes that the call with the president of Ukraine was "correct", although he can still condemn him with a stain of accusation.

The combination of hard hands and inherent pressure characteristic and quid pro quos indicated that Trump deployed in the negotiations, which he first proved as a real estate shark and then headed for the White House, now to work against him Threatens.
At a press conference in New York on Wednesday, Trump, who offered the moral support of his cabinet lieutenants Mike Pompeo and Steven Menuchin, seemed bitter, lonely and a bit confused.
Behavior that always relied on helping them get to the top did not seem to work suddenly due to their obesity, intimidation, bending of facts, and plotting tangents. It was the same story for Rudy Giuliani, who had a television appearance for which Trump was rewarded for deepening the president.

For a long time, there have been differences between Trump's behavior and presidential conferences. His success with his followers has often been based on his willingness to publicly ignore such standards. But now it seems that his unorthodox methods probably reached him.
Several observers, such as former FBI director James Comey, have noted that Trump's way of doing business and demanding loyalty is tantamount to language laden with mafia gifts.
Jailed lawyer Trump for former President Michael Cohen was familiar with the attitude displayed in his dealings with Ukraine.
Cohen said in a testimony before Congress in February, "He doesn't give him questions, he doesn't order. He speaks in code. And I understand the code because I've been close to him for a decade."
But in the end, Trump, an expert in creating his own reality, can rid himself of the facts on a published page, gives Democrats a clear and properly contested case with tapes of calls that show abuse of power Indicates. On July 25 with Volodymyr Zelensky.
Trump is now in new territory.
Political decision-making block

It was another stormy day in Washington, where a political trial campaign took an amazing pace, and in the city where Trump built his legend and fought desperately to save him.
It began with a growing suspicion that Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi captured her skis by starting a political hearing on Tuesday before looking at the call or details of a whistleblower complaint against Trump on the same issue.
But it quickly ended with Democrats saying they had the basic components of a case against the president, one that would throw the country into a long and dark political tunnel.
Looking back, it is impossible for the president to think that issuing a transcript would get him out of trouble.
It was dangerously close to one until Jensenky launched an investigation against Joe Biden until a direct quid pro quo of danger was involved to prevent military aid.
The obnoxious spectacle of a president of a democratic superpower who relied on the deceitful leader of a weak Soviet-Soviet state jumped from the page.
Trump had long sided with Zelensky in United Nations General Assembly elections. In light of the events, his photoshoot took a real turn.
Zelensky made sure to provide the voice that Trump expected.
"There was no pressure," he said before the US leader jumped quickly to make sure no one missed the moment.
"You know there was no pressure," he said while addressing reporters. "I appreciate the answer."
At a press conference due to fierce fighting against journalists, later, the president did not have a very organized defense, suggesting that his White House, which has very little power, was prepared to prepare the painful saga of political trial There may be difficult, maybe, what happens next.
He claimed that his request that Zelensky investigated Biden, indicating abuse of power, was indistinguishable from previous US pressure on Ukraine.
However, the caveat that aid would be halted if Kyiv did not reform its regime and to fight corruption, made by several US senators and former Vice President Joe Biden, posed a similar threat in hopes of messing up an enemy's policy Do not belong in the same league.
Trump also tried to argue that he was submissive to Zelensky, and the transcript showed the ineffective nature the president adopted.
At another time, he testified to a colleague.
"You were lying. Things were so terrible about a call that was so innocent and so good," Trump told reporters. "In fact, (Republican Senator from South Carolina) Lindsey Graham told me that when she read it ... she said 'I can't believe it. I never knew you could be so kind."
"I was kind. I'm like a lot of people. People don't understand that. But it was," Trump said, once insecure and upset that he was misunderstood.
Repeatedly pressurized

But the transcript of the call showed that Trump repeatedly pressured Zenensky to investigate Biden and his son Hunter. There is no evidence of irregularities by Joe or Hunter Biden.
Trump asked the Ukrainian leader to work with his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and the United States Attorney General, William Barr to reveal a transcript of the call on the issue.
Initially, the effect of the call was to highlight common partisan failure. Democrats declared him a smoking gun and Republicans accused Pelosi of wandering without proof. It was a classic scenario of the Trump era in which a man's eyes told him the story that required his political outlook.
However, there was substantial concern and uncertainty at the Capitol, especially after the arrival of a classified version of the Whistleblower Report, to suggest that it was a scratch that Trump did not leave the news cycle to hijack by creating new politics.
"Clearly there are some very disturbing things here that rarely ask for such Congressional deliberations by the nation's political divisions," Nebraska Senator Ben Sas told reporters Wednesday night.
"Republicans shouldn't just round up the wagons and Democrats shouldn't use words like 'political decision' before they know anything about the actual substance," he said.
Democrats have come so far ahead of the charge that they do not think they can return.
Adam Schiff, chairman of the House of Representative Intelligence Committee, said the public evidence so far is "as fruitless as you can imagine."
Trump's solid support among Republicans means that even if some Republican senators are hesitating, a two-thirds majority will be needed to impeach the president.
However, the president's behavior, aside from his usual tiring combustible public image, was enough for experts, some of whom suggest that he always wanted to be accused.
Trump will certainly go out to fight and will never give up. But Wednesday's events left a strong belief that she does not want the misery to come or that she is fully prepared for it.