On the second day of Democrat hearings against President Trump, House Secretary-General Adam Schiff, D-Calif., Spoke directly to the camera and urged the president not to "interfere" with her investigation.
"We ask the President not to interfere with the impeachment investigation," Schiff said. "And while we're grateful that he has published a single document, he has still hampered witnesses and their testimony, as well as the creation of thousands and thousands of other records."
He added: "Mr. President, I hope you & # 39; I explain to the country today why it happened after this call and while the Vice President made plans for the inauguration that you have instructed the Vice President not to to attend the inauguration of [Ukrainian President Volodymyr] Zelensky. "
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The ship also used to close its hammer and reject the sanctions of several GOP members who reacted in disbelief.
"Holy Cow!" Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan called out in despair.
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The board member Devin Nunes, R-Calif., Had just been through a recent memo of the President's telephone call with Zelensky. Schiff, closing her eyes to the cameras, responded by requesting the President to "not publish the thousands of other records he assigned to the State Department."
and documents from the Office of Administration and Budget.