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Author: Richard E Brown
ISBN: 0870491202
Pages 127 pages
Publisher University of Tennessee Press; 1st edition (1970)
Language English
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eBook The GAO: untapped source of Congressional power, download

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The GAO. by Richard E. Brown. ISBN13:9780870491207. Release Date:January 1970.

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The GAO report was widely expected to stay away from the specific House impeachment charges. House lawmakers impeached Trump on two counts, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress

The GAO report was widely expected to stay away from the specific House impeachment charges. House lawmakers impeached Trump on two counts, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Lawmakers alleged that the president abused the power of his office in withholding the money as leverage to pressure Zelensky into publicly announcing investigations that would undermine a political rival, and then obstructed the investigation into those actions. Related: Donald Trump's most outrageous quotes (Photos)

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