closevideo Mike Pence in response to Democrats’ ‘partisan’ charge push
Vice-President Mike Pence joins Laura Ingraham for an exclusive interview on “The Ingraham angle’ on Tuesday, 22. October at 10 am ET.
Vice-President Mike Pence said that there is “no historical basis” for the Democrats “continue to charge push — and promised to fight back with the truth about President Trump’s record.
In an exclusive interview on “The Ingraham angle” on Tuesday, Pence is a Problem with the current impeachment inquiry, as well as former Special Counsel Robert Müller has Russia investigation.
“We went through two and a half years of the Müller-investigation with hair-raising allegations of collusion and obstruction of justice-found Department, no collusion, no obstacle, case closed,” Pence claimed.
“They took a short break and talked about the impeachment of justice Kavanaugh after trying to smear his name and his reputation a year ago. And then, in the Wake of all of this, all of a sudden we are again in the closed door hearings on Capitol Hill, leaks — leaked information.”
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Host Laura Ingraham, threw, asks the Vice-President, what will he do to the support of the President “in this effort”.
Pence replied: “Well, we just-we’ll be out there, to tell the truth about this President, and we will have the truth about these partisan charges.
“There is no historical basis for what the Democrats in Congress do.”
The comments came on the same day, that the actions of the US Ambassador to Ukraine Bill Taylor testified clearly to examine that Trump pushed Ukraine to both the election interference and a company in connection with Ex-Vice President Joe Biden ‘ s son — and was ready to keep, up military aid and the White house make a public service announcement from the country that the probes were in progress.
In his opening speech to the house of the legislator by Fox News, Taylor his obvious frustration expressed that the Trump was in administration and undercut his personal political preference for a robust aid for Ukraine.
Under Taylor’s colorful claims that the former national security adviser John Bolton warned angry to the fact that a Trump call with Ukraine’s leader would be a “disaster”, and that Taylor was not the job of the leading Ukrainian Embassy out of concern that the United States would not be sufficiently helpful to the Ukraine.
The Republicans have not opposed, however, that military assistance for Ukraine was published in September, and that date there is no evidence the Ukrainians were aware that the aid is being held back as part of an implicit quid pro quo. Ukrainian officials denied that there is no excessive pressure from the White house.
YOU CAN READ TAYLOR’S FULL OPENING STATEMENT
But Taylor went on to describe the existence of an “irregular” communication channel with the Ukraine-led by trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, and a “strange combination of promotion, confusing and ultimately worrying circumstances”, once he arrived in Kiev. The statement confirmed previous coverage of Taylor’s remarks from Fox News.
Taylor was the U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine from 2006 to 2009, but since he was not yet confirmed by the Senate, his official title was Chargé d ‘Affaires ad interim was.
A former army officer, Taylor serving as executive vice president at the U.S. Institute for peace had — what it has described itself as a non-partisan think tank founded by the Congress, when he was appointed to the Embassy run.
The White house meanwhile, back Tuesday fired over Taylor ‘ s statement: “President Trump has done nothing wrong — this is a coordinated smear campaign from far-left to the legislature and the radical unelected bureaucrats of the war on the Constitution. There is no quid pro quo,” White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said.
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Only Taylor’s opening statement was released at this point. However, the legislator is emerging after hours of private deposition, Taylor said redirected “disturbing” account, including the establishment of a “direct line” to the quid pro quo in the center of the Democrats ” impeachment request.
Fox News Gregg Re contributed to this report.