Newly minted House Intelligence Committee's Chairman Adam Schiff said he would have been able to testify that the Trump and Russia's President Trump and Russia's interim chairman Vladimir Putin had a close look at Democrats' investigations into the Trump administration .
The Chamber's newly empowered Democratic Committee chairmen are already trying Trump's alleged role in making hush-money payments to mistresses.
But a move to obtain interpreter details from Putin meetings would trigger a major confrontation between the executive and legislative branches concerning discussions with foreign leaders. Ship, D-Calif., Weighed in after The Washington Post reported that Trump took possession of the notes from his own interpreter and instructed the individual not to discuss what had taken place in the meeting with other administrative officials.
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Trump took the notes after a meeting with Putin in Hamburg in 201
"Last year, we to obtain the interpreter's notes or testimony, from the private meeting between Trump and Putin. The Republicans on our committee voted down. Will they join us now? Should not we be out? Our president is really putting 'America first?' "Ship tweeted on Sunday.
Last year, ship and committee colleague Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., Attempted to subpoena the interpreter but were Devin Nunes, R-Calif., leading his own trial into the Russia allegations and the DOJ and FBI's handling of them. At the time, Nunes said he could not entertain any such request.
But with Republicans in the minority, ship could try again.
"Six months ago, @RepAdamShip and I tried to subpoena the interpreter from the Trump-Putin meeting. The GOP blocked us. We knew then something was fishy. We now know Trump took the notes. Lost time and more damage to our democracy is the cost of GOP obstruction, "Swalwell tweeted Sunday.
He added:" Destruction of evidence is consciousness of guilt. At this point please show that @realDonaldTrump is not working for Russia. "
Trump pushes back on the report in an interview with Fox News' Jeanine Pirro. When asked if he has ever been working for Russia, the president responded: "I think it's the most insulting thing I've ever asked."
The president's report Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and then-Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto in 2017.
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When asked about the president's alleged directions to the interpreter, Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway said: "The president is suffering from leaks," noting the leaked details from his Australian and Mexican calls leaders.
Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee are not the only lawmakers pressing ahead with trump investigations.
Last week, House Foreign Affairs Com Mittee Chairman Eliot Engel, DN.Y., announced that he was planning to dissolve the panel's terrorism subcommittee and instead create a panel to focus on investigating matters related to the president.
Angel first floated the idea in December, eyeing on investigative subcommittee to replace the terrorism panel that was launched after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
"We just thought, if we're going to do something relevant in this era where Congress is going to reassert itself, where there are so many questionable activities of this administration vis-à-vis foreign policy, "Angel told the New Yorker in an interview last week."
He said the committee would continue to deal with terrorism-related matters
"Trump scruti." (19659003) "Trump scruti ny, for instance, pertaining to the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki.
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"It's been many years since Helsinki, and we still Do not know what Putin and Trump talked about, "Angel said, adding that he could look at the business interests of the president and have his financial dealings with certain countries in the Middle East and Russia he's done in foreign policy. "
So last week, House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md., announced that he had invited Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen to testify before the panel on Feb. 7. Cohen accepted , and said he was looking forward to "having the privilege of being afforded a platform with which to give a full and credible account of the events which have been transpired."
Cohen to three Trump's "dirty deeds." In August, Cohen pleaded guilty to breaking the bill adult star star Stormy Daniels
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Trump has repeatedly blasted Cohen and expanded on that criticism over the weekend.
"I'm a client of his and you're supposed to have a privilege lawyer client," Trump said on "Justice with Jeanine Pirro" Saturday. "I have an idea." "I have an idea. I'll give some information on the president. '"
He added:" There is no information. … he's trying to get his sentence. So it's pretty sad. It's Weak and It's A Very Like It. I could not care less. "
Meanwhile, Ship, Cummings and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, DN.Y., issued a joint statement following his comments made about Cohen.
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"Our nation's laws prohibit efforts to discourage, intimidate, or otherwise pressure to testify to Congress," the Democratic chairmen said. "The president should make no statement or undertake any action to obstruct Congress's independent oversight and investigative efforts, including by seeking to discourage any witness from a testifying in response to a duly authorized request from Congress."
Fox News' Andrew O'Reilly contributed to this report.