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House Republican Conference Chairman Liz Cheney, R-Wyoming., on Monday the answers to pushed, how much of the top Democrats knew of the explosive White house whistleblower complaint before it’s made official, after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is the head-turning comments during a television interview on Sunday.
“He told me, it was perfect that there is nothing on the call,” Pelosi said on CBS News’s “60 Minutes”, referring to a conversation she had released with the President of Trump in front of Trump administration, which is either a copy of his call with Ukraine the leader or the whistleblower complaint.
“But I know what in the call,” Pelosi, before she quickly added, “I mean, uh, it was in the public domain.”
WHEN AND WHY DID KEY WHISTLEBLOWER FORM TO CHANGE TO ALLOW SECOND-HAND INFORMATION SOURCES?
Pelosi’s remark testing of Republicans moved, because there is no verbatim account of Trump’s call had yet been made publicly available.
“@Speaker Pelosi said on 60 minutes last night, you knew the details of the classified Ukraine call before the White House released the transcript,” Cheney wrote on Twitter. “This begins to seem like a political institution. So, Madame Speaker, ” what did you know and when did they know it?'”
On Sept. 9, House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff, D-Calif., was informed by the intelligence community, general inspector, a whistleblower complaint, in which the President. The next day, the ship sent a letter to break sophisticated details of the complaint and the accused intelligence officials against the law. But the ship and top Democrats had, apparently, not a leaked get leaked a copy of Trump’s remarks on his phone call with Ukraine, the leader, that was one of the focal points of the complaint.
Cheney’s comments came as Republicans on Monday called for intelligence community officials to explain why a key whistleblower form appears to have been changed to drop the requirement for “first hand information” to ask whether the timing was with the explosive appeal of trump, the call with the leader of the Ukraine.
THE REPUBLICANS WANT TO WHISTLEBLOWER SOURCES, WHICH EMERGE AS INCONSISTENCIES
The anonymous complaint that spurred Democrats in Congress to introduce an impeachment inquiry last week, based mostly on second-hand accounts of the “more than a half-dozen U.S. officials.”
It is claimed that Trump a study from the Ukraine in the Biden family – something that is confirmed by the now-public transcript of the conversation with President Vladimir Zelensky was looking for. And it included a variety of other disputed claims, including that the officers moved to “lock down” records of the call. The White house allegedly started the backup of the phone call transcripts to the verbatim leaks of the President’s calls with the leaders of Australia and Mexico in 2017.
But in a detail, a reported first of The Federalist,-key-form was recently revised to drop such complaints are a requirement that first-hand information to be sent to the Congress.
In a letter to Fox News, the top house Republicans, Intelligence Community, General inspector, Michael Atkinson called for received to preserve all documents in connection with this revision, supposedly sometime in August.
In particular, the question whether the timing was in connection with the Ukraine complaint.
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“If this was published in a revised form, and whether or not the whistleblower received a copy of this form at the time of publication on August 12, 2019, are both unknown, the house Intelligence Committee. But, the timing of the removal of the first-hand information request, raises questions about possible connections to this whistleblower complaint,” said the letter, signed by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Devin Nunes, R-Calif., and House Oversight Committee Ranking member Jim Jordan, R-Ohio. “This timing, along with numerous obvious leaks of classified information about the content of this complaint, also raise questions about possible criminal liability in dealing with these issues.”
Fox News’ Catherine Herridge contributed to this report.