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Liz Cheney calls for Nancy Pelosi to release the indictment transcripts, the end of the ‘selective leaking”

nearvideo speaker Nancy Pelosi says there is no time limit to finish impeachment procedure

House leaders not yet published a calendar for public hearings and a possible vote, on the recommendation of indictment; chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel reports.

Rep., Liz Cheney, R-Wyoming., on Friday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to release the full transcripts of all the deposits in the Trump prosecution’s request called in, and demanded the end of what they called “selective leaking” of the documents to the media.

“Despite the vote in the house on October 31, the house Democrats continue to carry out the partisan effort of the President in the secret charges,” Cheney wrote in a letter to Pelosi.

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“Your duty to the Constitution and the American people, as well as basic fairness, demands that you immediately release the full transcripts of all the statements made as they marked the beginning of a prosecution request on September 24, 2019,” the letter says.

Cheney is a common complaint from GOP lawmakers is that, while the negotiations are behind closed doors and in secret, details are later leaked to the media — the details of that, Republicans say, are always the ones that hurt Trump the most.

“The selective leaking, in which the house Intelligence Committee was commissioned, you must immediately terminate and the full and complete record must-see for the American people,” she writes.

She has also requested that, if the redactions are made, all members will receive access to the full and unredacted transcripts.

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The house voted on Thursday to approve it, largely along party-political lines, a resolution that the “rules of the game” for the prosecution’s request, amid complaints from Republicans that the process is mysterious, and President of the Trump ignored the right to a fair trial.

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“A Yes vote on this resolution today is a stamp of approval to a process that was Fla damaged, to plunge beyond all repair-and a blatant and obvious coup, a sitting President of the United States,” Rep. Ross Spano, R -., said.

Democrats have claimed that Republicans are, however, the President with his behavior, namely, the 25. July call with the Ukrainian President, in which they say that he is investigating a quid pro quo, urges him to former Vice-President, Joe Biden, the behavior of the country after the withdrawal of military aid. Trump has denied any quid pro quo, and called the call “perfect.”

“I get it, my friends across the aisle want to talk about the process, process, process, Rep. Jim McGovern, D-Mass., said. “But it is interesting that none of them about the President with his behavior talk want to-and that speaks volumes.”

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House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff, D-Calif., CNN said Thursday that he expects to begin releasing transcripts “as early as next week.”

Pelosi’s Deputy Chief of Staff Drew Hammill cited the remark in response to Cheney on Friday:

“Please drive to your nearest ticket-process complaint,” he said.

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