Hottest News Picks for September 24, 2019

Hottest News Picks for September 24, 2019

1 Pelosi Begins Impeachment Process

Democrats have dragged their feet about whether or not to impeach President Trump for countless months. Now, the Liberal party has finally taken the plunge to commit to their convictions. Nancy Pelosi formally announced that the impeachment process will begin in the House of Representatives.

The actions of the Trump presidency have revealed the dishonorable fact of the president’s betrayal of his oath of office, betrayal of our national security and betrayal of the integrity of our elections. Therefore, today, I am announcing the House of Representatives is moving forward with an official impeachment inquiry.

-Nancy Pelosi

Meanwhile, Trump is still at the UN representing the wealthiest nation on the planet. Whether the call for impeachment was deliberately timed to coincide with this event or if Trump’s efforts to dig up dirt on Biden’s son (more on that below) is hitting too close to home, the result is a national embarrassment on a global scale. President Trump was not shy in calling them out on it either.

It’s highly unlikely that anything substantive will come out of this impeachment notion. But, at the very least, it will bolster morale in the Democrat party. Perhaps that’s all this particular showing of political theater is intended to accomplish.

2 Trump to Release Transcript of Conversation of Ukraine’s President

Allegations of collusion are being thrown at Trump once again. This time, it’s over a simple phone call with Ukraine’s President, Volodymyr Zelensky. Democrats believe that Trump is attempting to bribe Ukraine into digging up dirt on Hunter Biden, Joe Biden’s son.

In a show of good faith, Trump will publicly release the transcript of his call with the Ukrainian president.

Trump had issued $391 million in aid to help Ukraine combat a violent Russian-funded separatist insurgency creating chaos in the country. Earlier this week, Trump stated that the funds had been frozen due to concerns about corruption in Ukraine. Our president also mentioned something about Biden being linked to this corruption, though few details are currently available.

3 South Korea Wants Closer Ties to North Korea

In efforts to curtail North Korea’s nuclear armament, South Korean President Moon Jae-in called for more development in good relations with their northern neighbors. This announcement was made at the UN and included the notion that South Korea will ensure the safety of North Korea if the latter complies with disarmament requests.

Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong-un have met in the past, though little progress has been made. Kim continues to test various missile systems as a potential flexing of their military advancements. Both South Korea and Japan are highly-concerned about these new missiles, as they’re capable of avoiding traditional missile detection and counter systems.

Moon also wants an “international peace zone” within the Demilitarized Zone, which would contain United Nations offices and other diplomatic infrastructure. While this isn’t a new idea. It’s one worth pursuing diligently in light of North Korea’s increase in threatening activities.

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