by Countable | 4.24.19
Update - April 26, 2019:
“And we will use any and all power in our command to make sure it’s backed up — whether that’s a contempt citation, whether that’s going to court and getting that citation enforced, whether it’s fines, whether it’s possible incarceration. We will go to the max to enforce the constitutional role of the legislative branch of government.”
“These aren’t like impartial people. The Democrats are trying to win 2020,” Trump added. “They’re not going to win with the people I see and they’re not going to win against me.”
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“I don’t want people testifying to a party, because that is what they’re doing if they do this.”
“Now we see the administration engaging in stonewalling of the facts coming to the American people,” Pelosi said in an interview for the Time 100 Summit in New York.
“As such, the moment for the White House to assert some privilege to prevent this testimony from being heard has long since passed,” Nadler said.
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