Jeffries reminded us that the whistleblower complaint went to the White House (the subject of the complaint), where, without an actual assertion of executive privilege, the White House counsel, the acting director of national intelligence and the Justice Department held it back from Congress.
It was not until Congress got wind of the whistleblower complaint and demanded it that the intelligence community’s inspector general followed the law to turn it over.
Crow dismissed the notion that Ukraine did not feel pressure by the withholding of aid.
Trump put out the welcome mat for foreign dictators who can manipulate and essentially bribe him to get what they want.
Alas, Republicans will feign boredom and announce they knew it all before (perhaps we should quiz them on some basic facts) and need no more witnesses.

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