in the vicinityVideoRep. Adam Schiff defends Democrats ” impeachment proceedings against President Trump
House Intelligence chair Adam Schiff joins Chris Wallace on ” Fox News Sunday.’
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., to ignore to defend the Democrats, ” the case for the impeachment of President Trump, and beat with his Republican colleagues for permission, the White house subpoenas of Congress.
In an interview aired on “Fox News Sunday,” the ship said, that the two charges brought last week against Trump, he keeps the seriousness of the disability of the Congress, the most. Other articles brought against the President for abuse of power.
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“I just want to say to say to my Republican colleagues, seemingly on the verge of shirking their constitutional duty, if you are willing, a President can simply say no to any Congress subpoena and bind to, the Congress for years in a dispute to have it is to accept, corruption, disloyalty, negligence, misconduct in every future President – Republican or Democrat,” ship said Fox News anchor Chris Wallace “Are we really ready to go that road?”
Ship added: “In many ways, I think this is the most difficult article, as it would fundamentally change the balance of power change, and thus for much more absence of the head of the Executive of the country’s behavior.”
Ship – who has probably the most visible democratic face in the impeachment process – even the claim that he was a witness of the fact, and should have been called to testify before the House Judiciary Committee last week, protests. Republicans always have a witness to the ship, amid reports that he or his staff had any contact with the whistleblower who first reported concerns about Trump: the July phone call with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky.
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“This is not about the fact witness,” he said. “There are, in fact, members of Congress, the are witnesses.
He continued: Senator [Ron] Johnson [a Wisconsin Republican] had a discussion with the President. Senator [Lindsey] Graham [a Republican from South Carolinia] had conversations with the President about the withholding of aid. They may be witnesses of the fact. We are not trying to call you. We are not looking to make a circus out of this.”
A complete US-vote is likely this coming week, before Congress adjourns for the year, and the Senate vote in January or February is expected to be.