In the midst of AOC pressure, Pelosi accusation strikes back on the table, the address of ‘grave new Chapter of lawlessness’

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Only hours after Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, said her party error so far as to accuse the President of Trump amounted to a large “national scandal,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appeared closer to a turn-in on Sunday — and warn that a “completely new Phase of the investigation,” could be.

Pelosi, who has claimed that long resisted the charges of Trump calls, it would endanger the electability of fashion Democrats in the house, rates, expressly said that a whistleblower who claims, allegedly, that Trump acted in the wrong during a July 25 call with the Ukrainian President, Vladimir Zelenskiy must be allowed to speak to the Congress and the full whistleblower complaint must be made available to

Otherwise, Pelosi said, the Trump administration “grave new Chapter of lawlessness” would require new measures.

“We need to be sure that the President and his Administration are always carrying out of our national security and foreign policy in the best interest of the American people, not the President’s personal or political interest”, ” Pelosi said in a statement.


Their comments came soon after Ocasio-Cortez in the night on Sunday was the end of a dormant, but long-simmering and sometimes explosive feud with top house Democrats in the form of a fiery tweet: “At this point, the bigger national scandal is not the President of the lawbreaking behavior – it is the democratic party, the refusal to charge him.”

Pelosi and Ocasio-Cortez appeared to reach a truce of sorts after a closed-door meeting in July, to facilitate in which the two sought-after, in-fighting, that some Democrats viewed as counterproductive. The meeting came shortly before the departure of Ocasio-Cortez-chief of staff, Saikat Chakrabarti.

The whistleblower drama escalated after The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday that Trump had repeatedly asked to investigate Zelenskiy, Hunter Biden, the former Vice-President of the son, who had an important role in a natural gas company, which had a Ukrainian Prosecutor in the investigation as part of a corruption probe. At a conference, two years after he left office, Joe Biden openly boasted, successfully put pressure on the Ukraine to the fire, the Prosecutor, if he as vice president.

CNN later reported that the whistleblower had no direct knowledge of the call, and a top Ukrainian official on Saturday defended Trump’s actions. Unconfirmed reports circulating on the left-wing media claimed that Trump had promised something improper in exchange for the Ukraine compliance, although the journal reported, there was involved no “quid-pro-quo”.


Rudy Giuliani, the President’s personal lawyer, explained for a long time publicly that he wanted the Ukraine, have a look in the three-part’ dealings in the Ukraine, and admitted this week that he asked the Ukraine is in the past, but denied any inappropriate behavior or illegal behavior.


“This injury is said about our national security,” Pelosi. “The inspector General determined that the matter is ‘urgent’ and therefore we face an emergency that must be treated immediately.”

The General inspector Michael Atkinson, wrote to the office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI), in a Sep. 9 letter to the House Intelligence Committee that the whistleblower complaint, “seemed credible” and, in relation to an “urgent” matter. But, the DNI’s general counsel, said days later, after consultation with the Ministry of justice, to meet the case, the legal definition of an “urgent concern”, and was not subject to the mandatory disclosure to Congress.

Trump’s conversation came as the White house held up to 250 million dollars of military assistance to Ukraine, money that the White house released later. The President said he wanted to pay for the European countries, more for their own defense, and denied, delayed any military development aid.


“In addition, because the complaint is transmitted to confidential and potentially privileged communications of persons outside the Intelligence Community, the DNI unilateral power to, such materials to the intelligence committees,” Jason Klitenic, the DNI’s general counsel, wrote.

The Deputy Director of National Intelligence, Joseph Maguire is expected to testify before the House Intelligence Committee in an open hearing on Thursday.

In their statement, Pelosi said, the Democrats would be watching very closely.

“If the administration consists in the blocking of this whistleblower, the disclosure is to the Congress, a serious violation of constitutional duties by the President, you will be in a grave, a new Chapter of lawlessness, which is said to us in a whole new Phase of the investigation,” Pelosi “Thank you for your patriotism.”

Even some Republicans pointed out that the situation could be serious. Utah GOP Sen. Mitt Romney, a one-time trump presidential rivals, tweeted that “If the President asked to investigate under-pressure-Ukraine-the President, his political rivals,” the “would be disturbing in the extreme.”

To come back at the same time, California Rep. Devin Nunes predicted on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures”, the Biden campaign is likely to be the end of everything-because of the newly paved reports about his possible misconduct in the Ukraine, the “first arose, when Hillary Clinton was trying to make sure that Biden is not in the race.”

The top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, the claim as The des Moines Register/CNN/Mediacom survey showed, Sen. Elizabeth Warren with a swing of Biden as the first choice of 22 percent of the voters surveyed, while Biden was the first choice of 20 percent of the voters. Biden held a 9-point lead over Warren in the survey in June.


Yes, the whistleblowers, the claim could mislead, the examination of the Obama administration’s Ukraine policy. Joe Biden has declared, in front of the camera, in March 2016, he will withhold $is not triggered private President Petro Poroshenko threatened that the US would 1 billion in guarantees for loans from the Ukraine, if its top Prosecutor.


“I said, ‘you are not always told Biden the billions,'” says Poroshenko at a Council on Foreign Relations event of the year. “I’m going to leave it here, in, I think it was about six hours. I looked at her and said: ‘I am leaving in six hours. If the public Prosecutor is not fired, you are not getting the money.'”

“Well, son of a b—h he fired,” Biden continued, according to the assured Poroshenko that Obama knew about the arrangement. “And, you put someone who was firmly in the time.”

It remained unclear whether this Biden directly with the Prosecutor’s office probe into the company in connection with Hunter, than other countries, allegedly, the Prosecutor wanted to so well.

And earlier this year, The hill reported that the U.S. Embassy in Kiev, under the Obama administration, took the unusual step of pressure on prosecutors to drop a probe into a group closely linked to liberal mega-donor George Soros.


Then, in April, Ukrainian law enforcement authorities said, they had a whole bunch of evidence for a cooperation, and misconduct on the part of Democrats, and that they had tried to share this information with US officials in the justice Department.

A 2017 investigation of Politically not found, that the Ukrainian officials tried to only publicly worked to undermine Trump by questioning his fitness for office, but also behind the scenes to ensure a Clinton victory. Trump told Fox News that the allegations of a possible Clinton-Ukraine agreements were “big” and vowed that the DOJ would review this.

“The longer we talk about what the three-piece did, in the Ukraine, the better.”

— Former Trump Campaign Adviser Barry Bennett

“The longer we talk about what the three-piece did, in the Ukraine, the better,” said Barry Bennett, a former trump-campaign consultant, who dismissed anyone who claims Trump pays a political price for the current controversy.

Meanwhile, Biden denied Saturday that he ever talked to Hunter about his business in the Ukraine, and Trump called the actions a “stunning abuse of power.”


“Trump is doing this because he knows I will beat him like a drum, and he is with the abuse of power, and each element of the presidency to try to do something, to smear me,” Biden told reporters in Iowa.


Trump, on Sunday, noted that Biden was the claim seemingly inaccurate. Hunter Biden, told the New Yorker that he and his father had spoken, “only once” about it.

“And now, he made a lie, when he said that he never spoke to his son,” Trump said. “Of course, you spoke to your son!”

Trump added: “No quid pro quo, there was nothing. It was a perfect entertainment. … The conversation I had, was largely a congratulations, with a largely corruption that takes place all of the corruption and largely in the fact that we do not want our people like Vice President Biden and his son to create that has the corruption already in the Ukraine, and the Ukraine a lot of problems. The new President, he said that he would be able to rid the country of corruption, and I said that would be a great thing, we had a great conversation.”


Trump went on to say that the latest allegations are “just as ridiculous as the other”, branding it “the Ukraine “witch-hunt” — a nod to former Special Counsel Robert Müller Russia probe.

“It will fail again!” Trump tweeted.

Fox News’ Ronn Blitzer, Fox Business Network, Maria Bartiromo, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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