Schumer calls for testimony in impeachment trial, says new ‘revelations’ is a ‘game changer’

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Democrat, Sen. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer ask why majority Leader sen. Mitch McConnell is afraid to call witnesses in impeachment proceedings, what are the Republicans’ case is so weak that no one will defend, the President of Trump under oath.

Sen. Chuck Schumer on Monday took his push to have the Senate the question of the duty to testify that the demand for testimony from top Trump administration officials during the Senate impeachment proceedings, according to a new report claims to detail what occurred in the public administration, the decision to freeze aid payments to Ukraine.

The New York Democrat in a letter last week to fellow senators, the cited records, including an E-Mail by the Office of Management and Budget Associate Director, Michael Duffey to officials of the Ministry of defence around an hour-and-a-half to Trump July, is controversial 25 telephone conversation with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky.

The E-Mail showed a push-to-site to help, after Trump submitted its application for Ukraine-assistance in political studies. The house voted to accuse Trump earlier this month about the obstruction of Congress and abuse of power.

Schumer on Monday rejected a New York Times report published Sunday, the claims that Trump went to the front with the freezing of development aid, despite the warnings of his top staff, including Secretary of state Mike Pompeo and his former adviser, John Bolton.

Schumer called the new revelations a “game changer.”

“This shows that all the four witnesses, we asked[acting White house chief of staff] Mulvaney, Bolton, Duffey, [White House aide Robert] Blair—were very closely involved and had direct knowledge of Pres. Trump the decision to cut off benefits help for themselves,” Schumer has.


Schumer was likely referring to the report, said Mulvaney an E-Mail to Blair wrote on June 27 inquiries about “the money for the Ukraine and whether we hold it in?” Blair allegedly replied that it was possible, but warned him “to expect that the Congress, apart at the seams” and continuing the narrative that the President, pro-Russia, the report said.


Trump has insisted that he did nothing wrong in relation to Ukraine and said his intention was to determine whether the Keiv make good on his promise of corruption. He called the entire process a “hoax.”

Fox News’ Ronn Blitzer contributed to this report

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