"I think the hearings have raised many, many disturbing allegations, and this morning (House) spokeswoman (Nancy) Pelosi has asked President Trump to testify, and I think her invitation is correct, if Donald Trump does not agree What he hears does not like what he hears, he should not tweet, he should come to the committee and testify under oath, and he should allow everyone around him to come to the committee and testify under oath, "said Schumer at one independent press conference in New York City.
He continued, "When Donald Trump refuses to enter the Now that Spokesman Pelosi has invited him to come to the committee, if he does not let all the people around him come to the committee, you have to ask the question: What is he hiding, what is he afraid of facing, what these people have? I would? "
Asked whether witness bullying lawsuits would be added to the indictments, Schumer said he did not know if Trump's tweets were legal.
"This is very serious I did not like what the President did … but I do not know if it meets a legal standard, I leave that to the lawyers," he said.
Pelosi called Trump's tweets about Yovanovitch totally "wrong and inappropriate."
"I did not have much time to pay attention to the president's tweets and their legal implications," said the California Democrat. "I just think that was completely wrong and inappropriate and typical of the president."