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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the claim of the President – “cover-up” is the second generation of the Russia-agreements “witch-hunt”, according to a White House spokesman.
Deputy spokesman Hogan Gidley the claim Thursday on “The Story” describes the ongoing Democrat, press for further investigation as “Russia consultation hoax witch-hunt 2.0.”
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Gidley claimed to be Democrats first accused the President of trombone, “colluding with a foreign power, without any evidence,” but have been forced to move on to a different charge.
“Now, Nancy Pelosi, the President engaged in a cover-up, says, without evidence, and without evidence,” he said.
Gidley begged to ask the media to prove to Democrats, their probes are in the Trump administration valid, adding that the Democrats should show their cards.
“If you have all this evidence, why are we with the investigation?” Gidley asked. “It is not the President, who is suffering here. He’s doing well.”
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He said he believes that the American people want their government to “roll up our sleeves and get to work,” but Democrats “refuse to do that.”
The comments came after Trump on Wednesday, Democrats called for the end of what he called their “false tests” before he will negotiate with them on issues such as infrastructure, as he gave a fiery statement from the rose garden after cutting a brief meeting with Pelosi and Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer.
The flare-up comes as top Democrats have constantly high pressure on the Trump administration’s dangers. On Tuesday, the justice Department reached an agreement with house Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., to turn some documents in connection with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, in a rare de-escalation. But he came only after the Democrats issued a summons, one of many, the Democrats in Congress, allowed for the trump-related investigations. They also have a contempt citation against attorney General Bill Barr and the same could do for the former White House counsel Don McGahn.