Jury would convict Trump ‘in 3 minutes flat,’ says key lawmaker Dec 09, 2019 0 407 12345 AFPWashingtonThe chairman of the US House Judiciary Committee said on Sunday that if the impeachment case against President Donald Trump were put to a jury, there “would be a guilty verdict in three minutes flat.” Representative Jerry Nadler told CNN that the evidence that Trump put personal interests above those of his country in dealing with Ukraine was “rock solid.” He did not rule out the possibility of a House vote on impeaching Trump by the end of the week.That would put it on a fast track to a trial before the Republican-controlled Senate, where Trump is expected to prevail.Nadler’s committee will meet today to begin weighing evidence compiled by the House Intelligence Committee on whether Trump linked military aid and a meeting with President Volodymyr Zelensky to a request that Kyiv investigate a potential 2020 rival, Democrat Joe Biden, and his son Hunter.Nadler, asked whether he felt confident that Trump personally directed improper approaches to Ukraine, replied, “Yes.” “We have a very rock solid case. I think the case we have, if presented to a jury, would be a guilty verdict in three minutes flat.” POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES 30,000 MONKS ATTEND MASS ALMS-GIVING IN MYANMAR Dec 09, 2019 0 310 At least 43 killed in ‘horrific’ factory fire in India’s capital Dec 09, 2019 0 850 UK’s Johnson leaves political future open in case of Tory defeat in Thursday’s vote Dec 09, 2019 0 561 Kim has ‘everything’ to lose with hostile acts, warns Trump AFP Washington President Donald Trump warned on Sunday that North Korea’s Kim Jong-un had “everything” to lose through hostility towards the United States, after Pyongyang said it had carried out a major new weapons .. Polio returns to haunt Malaysia after almost 30 years Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia has reported its first polio case in 27 years, health authorities said on Sunday, announcing a three-month-old baby had been diagnosed on Borneo island. The Malaysian health ministry’s .. Afghan vote count impasse no closer to resolution, two months after poll DPA Kabul Two months after presidential elections in Afghanistan, a meeting aimed at finding a solution on how to handle 300,000 disputed votes failed to bring about a breakthrough on Sunday. The votes could determine .. Pope gives plum job to Filipino cardinal tipped as possible successor Vatican City: Pope Francis on Sunday promoted Filipino Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, a man tipped as one of his possible successors, to a key position within the Vatican administration. Tagle was appointed head of the .. Scotland would vote for independence if Brexit goes ahead London: Scotland would vote in favour of independence if Brexit goes ahead, but would vote to against it if Britain remains in the European Union, according to a poll released on Sunday. The poll, conducted on behalf of the ..