The Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives, controlled by the Democrats, is due to launch on Thursday, 12 September, a preliminary inquiry to determine whether or not to initiate an impeachment procedure against the tenant of the White House.

A little over a year from the presidential election, are the Democrats ready to initiate a dismissal procedure against Donald Trump?

If the issue divides the US opposition, the Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives, it seems, decided to go ahead: Thursday, September 12, 2019, its members should formalize the opening of an investigation to determine s it is necessary to launch a procedure

" Impeachment" against the president

A very broad inquiry by Jerrold Nadler, President of the Commission

This 72-year-old elected Democrat presides over the powerful judicial commission of the House, which is ideally suited to trigger the procedure since the supervision of the functioning of the administration is his responsibility.

According to Jerrold Nadler, the survey of parliamentarians will have a broad field, around three pillars. First, the pressure put by Donald Trump on the investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential campaign, to determine whether he was guilty of obstruction of justice - the famous "obstruction".

Then, potential conflicts of interest related to the properties of the businessman from Queens. The stay of a military transport plane crew at a Donald Trump hotel complex in Scotland during a stopover en route to Kuwait in the spring raised suspicions.

Finally, Jerrold Nadler's commission will look into paying money to buy the silence of Donald Trump's alleged mistresses during the 2016 campaign, a move that could violate election financing laws.

Kelly Donaldson for DayNewsWorld