nearvideo President Trump slams whistleblower dispute as “another witch-hunt’
Trump addresses reporters at Joint Base Andrews in accordance with the act, the DNI Joseph Maguire, testified before the House Intelligence Committee.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S. C., threw cold water on the whistleblower to action on Thursday, but demanded, who in the White house spoke with the whistleblower, and why are you not a complaint of your own.
“It is imperative we find out what the White house said the official of the whistleblower, and why. Why don’t you Lodge the complaint?”, he asked on Twitter.
He seemed to find, to the White house officials, the whistleblower cited the complaint as a “deeply disturbed” by the call, in the President Trump the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky invited to investigate the former Vice-President Joe Biden.
WHISTLEBLOWER COMPLAINT ABOUT THE UKRAINE CALL TO BE PUBLISHED, CLAIMING TRUMP REQUESTED FOREIGN “INTERFERENCE” IN THE ELECTION
The White house released revealed a rough transcript of the call on Wednesday, that it contained no evidence of a quid pro quo for foreign aid. The House Intelligence Committee, continued pressing the issue, testified on Thursday, as the Deputy Director of National Intelligence, Joseph Maguire, in front of the panel.
Republicans have panned the report as a benign and alleged Democrats, grasping at straws, trying to attack the President. Agree with Graham seemed to be, called the report a “cat in the bag” purchased from the Democrats.
He also blew the whistle-blower complaint, than to violate obvious effort, the President. “As to the other questions in the appeal: Clearly a coordinated effort to create, you have to take the second-hand information, a story, the tweeted be harmful to the President,” he said. “When I think of the whistleblower complaints that I usually think of someone with first-hand knowledge of the events in question.”
As Graham noted, the whistleblower filed the complaint, without witnesses to the events themselves. Rather, the individual is called on you, second-hand accounts.
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He also appeared to think the Democrats were bluffing on impeachment, with the argument that, if the whistleblower report was as big a deal as you make it out to be, the house should agree to pursue a law enforcement request.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., announced on Tuesday that they would launch an official request, but the house has yet to vote on the official procedures.