"I would not worry, guys, I would not worry," joked Trump next to the Stanley Cup champion, the St. Louis Blues.
In the West Wing, According to the Sources, There Is Increasing Concern About Witnesses Making Statements on Capitol Hill According to a Tuesday letter from Matthew Morgan, Vice President Mike Pence's lawyer, the letter from the attorney's previous letter Quoting the White House to Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who questioned the legality of the impeachment investigation, questioning her commitment to basic fairness and to the rights of due process. "
" Instead of giving an account to the American people and casting a vote to approve what everyone agrees to, you instead tried to get around this basic requirement by citing the speaker's announcement of an "official impeachment investigation" at a press conference? Morgan wrote in a letter to House Oversight chairman Elijah Cummings, chairman of House Foreign Affairs Eliot Engel, and House Intelligence chairman Adam Schiff.
Morgan added, "Never has in history the parliamentary president is trying to initiate an impeachment investigation against a president without the majority of the House of Representatives voting in favor of a constitutional proceeding. "On Tuesday, George Kent, the State Department policy officer for Ukraine, was the last to be heard. Fiona Hill, Trump's former Russia consultant, sat down for more than 1
When officials observe this, they are increasingly frustrated because they are mainly forced to learn what those officials have revealed to news reporters There is no White House attorney present, and officials receive after i No transcripts or readings, one person told CNN.
The White House sent an eight-page letter declaring war on the investigation by holding it unconstitutional – but officials have so far been unable to prevent officials from completing applications and summonses.
This story was updated on Tuesday with additional developments.
Michael Warren and Sara Murray of CNN have contributed to this report.