Washington- On Wednesday, the attorneys of US president Donald Trump shared some information with the media saying that the Former congressman Republican Trey Goody is going to assist the White house in defending the impeachment case.
According to the views of the president’s attorney Jay Secular said that the advocacy and the legal skills of Trey Gowdy will be beneficial for the president. He said that Trey is known for his command over law and his contribution to Capitol Hill will prove to be a treasure as a member of their team. According to the reports the former congressman will be working with the private legal team of the US president, one member of his legal team is Sekulow.
Gowdy has been a congressman from south Carolina for eight years; he decided not to appear in the re-election in the year 2018. It has been the best time for him to become a part of investigation about to start about house impeachment. The White house has already made it clear that it will not obey the orders issued by Democratic as according to President Trump the process is not fair.
The house Democrats have pondering over whether the US president has misused his powers by asking the Ukrainian President to investigate Joe Biden who is his political rival. The main point to think about is the fact that Trump said that at the time when it was withholding the aid to Kiev.
Gowdy started staying in news when during the tenure of Barack Obama the cases of terrorist attacks in Libya in the city of Beghazi. Now, his new title that might become the reason of his fame is the “counsel to the President”
Gowdy who was seen at the White house on Tuesday is going to make a lot of televisions appearances on behalf of the US President Donald Trump.
White house Counsel Pat Cipollone sent a letter addressing the House Democrats that Trump administration would not assist with the impeachment investigations as it does not consider it to be a legal procedure. In the letter he further said that the house democrats have designed and started the inquiry in a way that is against fundamental fairness and does not comply with the process recommended by the constitution.