That kind of promotional tweet would be a violation of ethics policies if it experienced arrive from any federal staff other than the president, reported Liz Hempowicz, the director of public plan at the Venture on Authorities Oversight, a nonpartisan govt watchdog group.
She said: "Frankly he's using his Twitter account to try to financially benefit his son".
Televised public hearings featuring US officials testifying in Congress about alleged wrongdoing by Trump could crowd out other issues like the economy and immigration as voters turn their minds to the November 2020 election. Those efforts helped spark the impeachment inquiry into his conduct.
Sondland said it was the culmination of months of pressure placed on Kiev, primarily via Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, to open "anti-corruption" investigations into the Bidens and into Trump's unfounded belief that Ukraine assisted the Democrats in the 2016 election.
The younger Biden has acknowledged he displayed poor judgment when he took a post on the board of a Ukrainian energy firm, Burisma, after his father became the point person on US-Ukraine relations in former president Barack Obama's administration.
Trump is the very first president in modern day record who has unsuccessful to divest from his organization holdings. He makes frequent trips to his for-profit golf clubs, continues to collect dues at his members-only properties, and hosts fundraisers and foreign delegations at hotels that bear his family's name.
As House Democrats begin to release transcripts of closed-door testimony and prepare for public hearings as part of their impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump, public support for impeaching the president has fallen.
The White Residence did not react to concerns Monday.
Cole suggested that the public should inform themselves of the White House's transcript of the July 25 call between Presidents Trump and Zelensky, and decide on their own whether what was discussed over the phone is really worth putting the country through the "incredibly divisive" process of impeachment.
Republican Kentucky governor Matt Bevin lost narrowly to his opponent despite strong support from Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, both of whom traveled to the state to campaign for the incumbent.
Biden's campaign did reply to a ask for for comment.