U.S. President Donald Trump felt his resistance to the parliamentary impeachment process is “one of the best things” he has done since arriving at the White House and, although he has pointed out that it is up to the Senate to establish the criteria of impeachment agreed that the appearance of some witnesses could pose a risk. Trump referred to the process during a press conference at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where he reiterated that he is the victim of a “witch hunt” led by “bad and corrupt people,” alluding to Democrats who control the House of Representatives, which which is the starting point of the ‘impeachment’. The Senate on Tuesday set the rules of the trial against Trump, accused of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Republicans have asserted their majority to top down Democratic proposals and come up with a quick, no-witness process that could be resolved in just one week, according to the estimated timetable.” He would have preferred the long form,” said Trump, a proponent that “many people, including his former Homeland Security adviser John Bolton,” said. The president stated that his former ally knows his political strategy and the impression he has of other countries and governments. “What if he reveals what I think about a certain leader and he’s not very positive?” said Trump, who recalled that Bolton “didn’t leave in a good way” of the White House in September.