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US-Verfassungsrechtler: Trump beging 'ernsthaften Machtmissbrauch'
05.12.19

US-Verfassungsrechtler: Trump beging 'ernsthaften Machtmissbrauch'

Die Vorwürfe gegen US-Präsident Donald Trump in der Ukraine-Affäre sind nach Ansicht mehrerer Rechtsprofessoren schwerwiegend genug für ein Amtsenthebungsverfahren. Bei einer Anhörung im Justizausschuss des Repräsentantenhauses gaben drei der vi

SHOTLIST WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, VEREINIGTE STAATEN4. DEZEMBER 2019QUELLE: C-SPANEINSCHRÄNKUNGEN: KEIN WEITERVERKAUF / NO RESALE1. Totale House Judiciary Committee hearing with reporters in foreground, legal witnesses facing committee, and members of committee seen in background2. Halbnahe Constitutional law Professor Noah Feldman being introduced at hearing3. Totale Professors of constitutional law Noah Feldman, Pamela Karlan, Michael Gerhardt and Jonathan Turley during hearing4. Constitutional law Professor Pamela Karlan being introduced during hearing5. O-TON 1 - Noah Feldman, Professor of constitutional law (Mann, English, 25 Sek.): 'President Trump has committed impeachable high crimes and misdemeanors by corruptly abusing the office of the presidency. Specifically, President Trump has abused his office by corruptly soliciting President Volodimir Zelensky of Ukraine to announce investigations of his political rivals in order to gain personal advantage including in the 2020 presidential election.'6. O-TON 2 - Pamela Karlan, Professor of constitutional law (Frau, English, 12 Sek.): 'As I want to explain in my testimony, drawing a foreign government into our elections is an especially serious abuse of power because it undermines democracy itself. Our constitution begins with the words 'We the people' for a reason.'7. Halbnahe Jonathan Turley, Professor of constitutional law, speaking during hearing8. Totale House Judiciary Committee hearing with reporters in foreground, legal witnesses facing committee, and members of committee seen in background9. O-TON 3 - Jonathan Turley, Professor of constitutional law (Mann, 9 Sek.): 'In what we leave in the wake of this scandal will shape our democracy for generations to come. I’m concerned about lowering impeachment standards to fit a paucity of evidence and an abundance of anger. I believe this impeachment not only fails to satisfy the standard of past impeachments but would create a dangerous precedent for future impeachments.'10. Totale House Judiciary Committee hearing with reporters in foreground, legal witnesses facing committee, and members of committee seen in background

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