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The Republicans in Congress defended President Trump on Friday after a report said a “whistleblower” complaint concerning an apparent July telephone conversation between the President and the leaders of Ukraine, blasting the allegations as “very party to be.”
“It’s not that we have not seen this Film,” U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, said in the Washington Post. “Democrats come in, they are all high-danger, Adam Schiff makes all kinds of statements, and if then the facts — Whoa, different story coming!
“This seems to be the same kind of business,” Jordan added.
“It’s not that we have not seen this movie. Democrats come in, they are all high-danger, Adam Schiff makes all kinds of statements, and if then the facts — Whoa, different story come!”
U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio
WHISTLEBLOWER COMPLAINT, ALLEGEDLY ON TRUMP’S ‘PROMISE’ TO A FOREIGN LEADER, TOUCHED OFF DC FIRE STORM
To examine the complaint by an unnamed intelligence official reportedly involved Trump the request of the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, a former Vice-President Joe Biden ‘ s son for alleged misconduct during the older Biden, the Vice-President was.
U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N. C., echoed the idea that such complaints hamper the President in his work.
“It would be a real chilling effect on the dialogue between the main leaders, if you think that every time when someone overheard a conversation that was not itself a party to the conversation is the file a whistleblower complaint and it will end up on the front page of magazines around the country,” Meadows said, according to The Post.
Rep. Mike Gallagher, R-Wis., private phone calls with foreign heads of state and government said the heads are part of the President’s job.
“The fact is, the President, to quote, John Marshall, is the “sole organ’ of US foreign relations, and conversations in confidence with foreign heads of state and government,” he said. “There is no practical method for the conduct of diplomacy, without it.”
“It is a fact that the President … has the conversation in confidence with foreign heads of state and government. There is no practical method for the conduct of diplomacy, without it.”
Rep. Mike Gallagher, R-Wis.
But he added that he is in favor of transparency.
The administration is also flak for not sharing the complaint with the Congress.
Most Republicans avoided commenting on the complaint, and while a few have concerns, they were limited.
Rep. Patrick Toomey, R-Pa., said it would be “wildly inappropriate” for a President to ask a foreign government to engage in a US election, but added he is not accusing Trump to.
Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, broke with the Republicans to say, some might join on his side of the aisle, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., in subpoenaing the President’s telephone records.
“It is certainly on the table,” he said. “When I say that I want to protect, congressional oversight, I mean, I really like that.”
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Trump has any inappropriate behaviour is denied in a Twitter message Friday, he called the unknown whistleblower “highly partisan,” The Post reported.