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Trump Impeachment: U.S. House Investigation (Grade 9)

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Trump Impeachment: U.S. House Investigation

The formal congressional investigation into President Trump's relationship with Ukraine began in October 2019 with an inquiry led by which chairman of the House Intelligence Committee?
  1. Nancy Pelosi
  2. Adam Schiff
  3. Rudy Giuliani
  4. Mitch McConnell
Several senior executive branch officials, including U.S. Secretary of State                  , disregarded congressional subpoenas of documents that may have been pertinent to the investigation.
  1. Mike Pompeo
  2. Hillary Clinton
  3. Margaret Thatcher
  4. Jared Kushner
What is a subpoena?

In early October 2019, the White House announced it would not turn over documents requested by Congress that are related to the Trump-Ukraine investigation.
  1. True
  2. False
The president repeatedly denied there was no                 arrangement with Ukraine's president which would have given President Trump an investigation into his political opponent in exchange for security funding from the U.S.
  1. ad nauseam
  2. carpe diem
  3. E pluribus unum
  4. quid pro quo
In mid-October 2019, current and former ambassadors and officials from the                   Department testified before Congress in the impeachment inquiry.
  1. State
  2. Defense
  3. Commerce
  4. Homeland Security
The acting White House                          , Mick Mulvaney, admitted on October 17, 2019, that President Trump withheld funds from Ukraine in part due to his request that the country investigate the Bidens.
  1. Press Secretary
  2. Chief of Staff
  3. National Security Advisor
  4. Appointment Secretary
On December 18, 2019, the U.S. House voted to impeach President Trump on the charges of
  1. taking bribes and lying to Congress.
  2. abusing his power and obstructing Congress.
  3. tampering with the 2016 election and withholding documents from Congress.
  4. lying to a foreign official and giving secrets to enemies of the U.S.
What does it mean to impeach a president?

According to the U.S. Constitution, an impeachment trial in                               will determine if the president is guilty or innocent of the charges against him/her.
  1. the U.S. Senate
  2. the U.S. Supreme Court
  3. the Court of Appeals
  4. Washington, DC District Court

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