More leaks from the closed-door impeachment depositions are made public as reports say a State Department official filed a complaint about Rudy Giuliani.
At the heart of Democrat cries to impeach President Trump is the issue of his conduct with foreign leaders citing second hand information from anonymous leakers as evidence. One America’s Chanel Rion spoke with a former White House official who provided a first hand account of the president’s conduct with foreign leaders.
Democrat leaders say they will not hold a formal floor vote to launch an official impeachment inquiry. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made the announcement Tuesday alongside House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff.
A top State Department official arrived on Capitol Hill reportedly in defiance of the Trump administration. The House Intelligence Committee reportedly subpoenaed George Kent Tuesday morning after the White House and State Department allegedly tried to block his testimony.
President Trump is calling out Democrats for not allowing the impeachment hearings to be public.
Republicans claim the impeachment process is one sided. They say if it were fair the House would allow the minority to subpoena witnesses. One Americas John Hines sat down with Rep. Mark Meadows and has more from Washington.
President Trump’s former adviser on Russia and Europe recently testified before Congress. One America’s Marty Golingan has the latest.
Top U.S. diplomats will testify this week on Capitol Hill, including Deputy Secretary of State George Kent and former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch. Yovanovitch was removed from her post after she allegedly gave Ukrainian prosecutor Yuri Lutsenko a “do not prosecute” list of American allies she felt were above the law.
As the whistleblower story further backfires on leading Democrats, some are questioning the legalities of both the Bidens and President Trump’s role in all of this. One America’s Chanel Rion has more from the White House.