Over 500 law professors say Trump engaged in 'impeachable conduct'

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Those claims have been key to Trump and Giuliani's efforts to get Ukraine to announce investigations into matters that would benefit the President's 2020 reelection effort, according to House impeachment investigators.

Top Ukrainian officials, including President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and Igor Kolomoisky, a Ukrainian billionaire who has ties to Zelenskiy, said they didn't plan to meet with Giuliani on his trip.

'He has not told me what he found, but I think he wants to go before Congress, ' Trump told the press at the White House before leaving for a trip to Florida.

Mr Trump's push to undermine special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election - which led to a determination that Russia meddled to help Mr Trump win - has ultimately landed him facing down articles of impeachment, which House Democrats are drafting at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's request. "He says that he has a lot of good information". "I believe it would be to the president's advantage to have people testify who could exculpate him. But Rudy, as you know, has been one of the great crime fighters of the last 50 years", he added.

He said it would be to Trump's advantage to bring in witnesses "who could exculpate him", but he also argued "we want to preserver an executive branch where there are out of the box strategy sessions, where people come up with insane ideas and reject those ideas and hone them".

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'I hear he has found plenty'.

In response to those comments, Giuliani told NBC News Saturday that he is "in process of still analyzing what I received".

'I have not spoken to him about that information yet'.

Mr Trump said he believes Mr Giuliani wants to present his information to congressional investigators and to the Justice Department. "I think he's over there as a citizen. I think part of that is probably trying to clear his name", Mr. Meadows said on CNN's "State of the Union". But they added that "conduct need not be criminal to be impeachable" and that the "standard here is constitutional; it does not depend on what Congress has chosen to criminalize."They emphasized that elections are the primary way to check a president, in the sense that if they behave poorly then voters can punish them or their party at the ballot box. In fact, I would suggest that he's not".

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