Top Democrats have urged Republicans to cross party lines and side with them in impeaching their own leader, US President Donald Trump.
Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler, Who square measure leading the Democratic push to impeach him, created their case days before the primary poker hand vote.
Mr. Trump poses a "clear and present danger" to democracy, said Mr. Schiff.
Democrats control the House but are almost certain to lose in the Senate, which is in Republican hands.
Until now the Democrats have enjoyed a 36-seat lead over Republicans within the House however one among their representatives, Jeff Van thespian, opposes official document and is anticipated to modify parties shortly.
Mr. Van thespian met President Trump on Fri and has been praised by the president for his stance.
The case brought within the House accuses Mr. Trump of soliciting a far off country to assist him politically, by attempting to force the state to launch a corruption investigation into his Democratic rival Joe Biden.
Mr. Trump denies wrongdoing. He has known as the House investigation a "witch hunt" and foretold it'll even profit him in next year's presidential election.
Mr. Schiff, who chairs the House Intelligence Committee, said Mr. Trump's alleged misconduct had not stopped because he was still urging Ukraine and China to investigate Mr. Biden and his son Hunter.
Mr. Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, was still traveling to Ukraine to conduct a "sham" investigation, he said.
"It's a clear and present danger, I think, to our democracy and not something that we can turn away from simply because the Republicans in the House refuse to do their duty," Mr. Schiff told ABC's This Week.
"I don't think any of us have any question that had Barack Obama engaged in the activity... every one of these Republicans would be voting to impeach him," he said.
"I hope to hell... if it were Barack Obama, I would vote to impeach him."
Thank you for your honesty Jeff. All of the Democrats know you are right, but unlike you, they don’t have the “guts” to say so! https://t.co/OUc46HUwPq— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 15, 2019
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