Speaking to reporters after the release of his report, Adam Schiff said, “It is deeply concerning that at a time when the president of the United States was using the power of his office to dig up dirt on a political rival, that there may be evidence that there were members of Congress complicit in that activity.”
President Donald Trump has abruptly cancelled his final press conference at the NATO summit in London, following two days plagued by internal stresses and tensions between bloc members.
This morning, Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee called to vote on a motion to have House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff testify, but it failed to pass.
A motion to table their call passed along party lines, effectively quashing the Republican-led call. Twenty-four Democrats voted in favor of tabling it, and 17 Republicans voted against it.
After months of lying, public and private testimony from Obama-hold-overs, CIA operatives, every last one of them traitors to the Republic, the House Intelligence Committee chaired by master of tall tales, Rep. Adam Schiff has released their impeachment report accusing the President of the United States of the well-documented crimes committed by the former vice president of the U.S., Joe Biden and other top officials in the Obama administration.
The Republican heads of two Senate committees have asked the FBI and the Department of Justice for records related to collusion between Ukraine officials and U.S. Democrats to dig up dirt on the Trump campaign in 2016.
Ukraine’s role is simple to piece together thanks to public reporting and interviews with some of those involved. Additional facts are available through federal lobbying disclosures filed under the Foreign Agents Registration Act and from documents published by Wiki-Leaks.
President Trump’s reelection campaign will no longer credential Bloomberg News reporters to cover rallies and other events due to the outlet’s policy of barring investigations into Democratic presidential candidates while continuing to allow investigations into Trump.
Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, in her efforts to prevent a President Trump policy success, exposes her hypocrisy.
Pelosi called a border wall with Mexico “an immorality” but continues to ignore a request by Mexico’s president to approve a new trade agreement. What is the morality of ignoring this key priority of our southern neighbors?
If House Judiciary Republicans get their way, Rep. Adam Schiff will be the first witness called as the impeachment inquiry moves forward.
Congressman Doug Collins, said that he would like to see Schiff—the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and main architect of the inquiry into President Donald Trump—testify when the Judiciary Committee effectively takes over in the coming weeks.
Members of the House Intelligence Committee chaired by Adam Schiff will have 24 hours to view a draft report on the Democrat-led impeachment probe before a vote on Tuesday night December 3, 2019.