House Judiciary Dem Jeffries: No Clue who Nadler’s Impeachment Witnesses Are

The House Intelligence Committee is slated to hold a vote to approve its report on the impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump on Tuesday evening. The White House has not yet indicated whether it will take part in the House Judiciary proceedings. But he declined to say whether Republicans would take advantage of the complete range of opportunities they will have to make their case against Trump's removal, reports The Washington Post.

In the Trump impeachment inquiry, only Democrats have that power and any Republican requests have been stifled. "I did not come to that understanding".

"Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who launched the impeachment inquiry on September 24, on Friday asked supporters in an email from her campaign committee to condemn Trump's actions".

"They want to get this president right now before everybody completely sees through the process sham of the elections for next year", Collins said. "So we're rushing this". Then-special prosecutor Ken Starr, who was involved in the impeachment of former President Bill Clinton, had testified during the House impeachment of Clinton in the late 1990s.

This first-in-a-series of expected Judiciary proceedings will hear testimony on the impeachment process established under the U.S. Constitution from a panel of legal experts that has yet to be named.

"My first and foremost witness is Adam Schiff", Collins said during an appearance on "Fox News Sunday".

Schiff hasn't commented on whether he would refuse to testify if called to do so, but said Republicans would show a "fundamental lack of seriousness" if they subpoenaed him.

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"As the evidence conclusively shows, President Trump conditioned official acts-a White House meeting desperately desired by the new Ukrainian president and critical US military assistance-on Ukraine announcing sham, politically-motivated investigations that would help President Trump's 2020 reelection campaign", Schiff wrote Monday.

Under the House-passed rules, the President's counsel is able to participate in the impeachment hearings in the Judiciary Committee, unlike the public hearings last month in the House Intelligence Committee.

Rep. Douglas Collins speaks during a news conference. "We're certainly anxious to hear his explanation of that".

"President Trump has always been concerned about foreign aid", he told Fox.

"Under the current circumstances, we do not intend to participate in your Wednesday hearing", White House Counsel Pat Cipollone wrote in a letter to Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY). "That's his right", he said.

Republicans have zeroed in on one figure in particular: House Intelligence Committee Chair Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), who is just wrapping up a report of his own panel's investigation. In fact, Office of Management and Budget Mark Sandy told lawmakers during Schiff's hearing that the only reason the money was held up for a short period of time was Trump's concern that other "countries were not contributing more to Ukraine". However, Collins suggested that Wallace had asked him a loaded question.

"He's put himself into that position", Collins said. It's easy to hide behind a gavel and the Intelligence Committee's behind-closed-door hearings.

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