House committees subpoena Pompeo for Ukraine documents as part of the prosecution’s request

in the vicinity ofthe video Secretary of State Mike Pompeo summoned for the Ukraine documents

House committees to investigate whistleblower allegations, the President Trump the phone call with the Ukrainian leader; Chad Pergram reports from Capitol Hill.

The democratic chairs of three house committees, Secretary of state Mike Pompeo Friday invited for the documents in relation to Ukraine, they say, relate to the impeachment investigation against President Trump.

The Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs, intelligence and oversight bodies initially requested a Laundry-list of documents, on Sept. 9 and sent a follow-up letter on Monday.

“Your failure or refusal of the summons is valid as proof of the obstruction of the house impeachment inquiry,” wrote Intelligence-Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif.; Foreign Affairs Chairman Eliot Engel, D-NY, and oversight, Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md.

The Chairman asked for the State Department correspondence and documents from Jan. 20, 2017, to the present day. The documents relate to reports that Trump pressed to investigate Ukrainian officials potential 2020 election rival Joe Biden, whose son Hunter, and the three-part’ business activities in Ukraine.

The democratic lawmakers also asked for all copies of the transcript of Trump, the 25. July the controversial phone call with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, and a list of State Department officials, who may have been involved with the conversation, according to the letter. The Chairman will additionally help request the State Department records about Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s personal attorney, and all records on the U.S. military to Ukraine.

Secretary of state Michael R. Pompeo in New York on Thursday. (State Department photo by Ron Przysucha)

She said Pompeo has until Oct. 4, compliance with the requirements.

In a separate letter, the Chairman Pompeo notified that they had planned deductions for the five State Department officials, between Oct. 2 and Oct. 10. The officials of the former Ambassador to the Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, the US special envoy to the Ukraine negotiations, Kurt Volker, Deputy Assistant Secretary George Kent, a counselor T. Ulrich Brechbuhl, and the U.S. Ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland are.

All officials are appointed, except Kent, to request a complaint made by an intelligence community whistleblower, accused trombone “with the power of his office to interference from a foreign country in the year 2020 US election.”

“The failure of these Department employees to appear for their scheduled depositions as proof of the obstruction of the house impeachment inquiry,” the Chairman said.

Trump has the charge of the probe, which centers its policy towards Ukraine”, another “witch-hunt”, and has repeatedly said, his reputation with Zelensky was “perfect.” He also has a stubborn attitude refused to back military assistance from the Eastern European country as a condition for a probe, the three-piece.

He pushed you back against the media, question, report a phone call from the Ukraine on Friday again, tweeting, “When the perfect telephone conversation with President of Ukraine is regarded as suitable, then no future President ever again talk to other foreign leaders!”

Zelensky, said this week that “nobody pushed me,” during his July call with trump.

A memorandum of the call was made public Wednesday. It shows that while Trump is a study of the Biden family for corruption, the President did not explicitly use military assistance, as proposed.


The first whistleblower complaint of National Intelligence, Joseph Maguire on Aug was forwarded to the Deputy Director. 26.

The House intelligence committee, released a revised version of the complaint Thursday before the testimony of Maguire, confirmed that the complaint alleges serious misconduct by the President, however, said that it was his role to judge whether the accusations are credible or not.


Maguire said he was familiar with other whistleblower complaint in American history, that “touches on such complex and sensitive issues.” He praised the whistleblower as a honorably acted, said that he acknowledged the complaint immediately as a sensitive and important, and insisted that the White house did not hold back directly to him, it is from the Congress.

“I believe that everything that is in this thing here is completely new,” he said.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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