Lindsey Graham, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, RSC, accused the Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Ship, D-Calif., Of not paying attention to the truth, saying that ship's impeachment efforts would not go anywhere unless he did the anonymous person calls the whistleblower, who announces his allegation against President Trump.
The Republicans of the House of Representatives filed a list of witnesses at the weekend to request public statements during the impeachment investigation. Ship – conducting the investigation – It was quick to reject the request to have the whistleblower brought forward.
"I consider an in-house impeachment that does not allow us to know who the whistleblower should be, because without the whistleblower complaint we would not speak." Graham told Fox News "Sunday Morning Futures" that the Process would be unfair if the person who filed the complaint in the first place did not have to
THE LEADER SAYS GOP TO BE "LOST" IN THE APPLICANT INQUIRY LIST, which Graham says would fail if the whistleblower fails to get in touch.
"In my view, it's impossible to bring this case up without us knowing who the whistleblower is and having the opportunity to question them about prejudices they might have," he said, "so if they are the whistleblower Not calling in the house, this thing is dead on arrival in the Senate. "
Democrats claim that the whistleblower's testimony at this point is irrelevant because the witnesses who have already testified have provided more information on a call from President Trump on July 25 with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at the center of the investigation, which the whistleblower could give in a letter recently addressed to the senior Republican deputy Devin Nunes, R-Calif., That the investigation has already "gathered more and more evidence has ̵
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Graham casts ship at Ng disingenuously in his investigative efforts.
" It's not about ship finding the truth, it's about that ship is trying to destroy Trump's presidency, "said Graham.