Republican Sen. Ron Johnson recently received a request for firsthand information relevant to the Ukraine impeachment probe by the House GOP. Congressmen Jim Jordan and Devin Nunes sent a letter to the Wisconsin lawmaker on Monday, reluctantly asking him for any direct evidence about President Trump’s actions between April and September.
GOP congressmen are coming to the president’s defense amid the ongoing impeachment inquiry.
As the public impeachment testimonies are conducted on Captiol Hill, GOP members are questioning the validity of the proceedings. One America News caught up with House representatives to get their thoughts.
With day one of the impeachment hearings over and as Democrats try to push for a House vote by the end of the year, House Republicans are looking to fight back against Democrat’s outrageous claims of ‘quid pro quo’ between President Trump and Ukraine. Following the hearings for State Department official George Kent and acting Ukraine ambassador William Taylor Wednesday, GOP House Intelligence Committee member Jim Jordan had some choice words about how the first round of public testimonies played out.
According to ranking member of the House Oversight Committee Jim Jordan, Republicans intend to subpoena the whistleblower to testify publicly in the impeachment inquiry.
The number three official at the State Department is expected to testify that politics prevented a full and clear defense of the ousted Ukrainian ambassador who was targeted by Rudy Giuliani and his associates.
According to Republican congressman Jim Jordan, the facts have always been there regarding the Democrats’ closed-door impeachment inquiry.