President Trump Slams Back On Adam Schiff A Lowlife And Should Be Forced To Resign From Congress
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[President Trump Slams Back On Adam Schiff A Lowlife And Should Be Forced To Resign From Congress]
Adam Schiff: Source: LYBIO.net
In terms of the issues that we’ve been focused on this week, I want to give you a brief update of what has transpired really just within the last week.
Last Thursday, the Intelligence Committee held an open hearing with the acting director of national intelligence. The following day, Chairman Engel issued a subpoena to the State Department, in close consultation with myself and Chairman Cummings.
We are deeply concerned about Secretary Pompeo’s effort now to potentially interfere with witnesses who – whose testimony is needed before our committee, many of whom are mentioned in the whistleblower complaint. And we want to make it abundantly clear that any effort by the secretary, by the president or anyone else to interfere with the Congress’ ability to call before it relevant witnesses will be considered as evidence of obstruction of the lawful functions of Congress, and more than that, will allow a – an adverse inference to be drawn as to the underlying facts; that if they are going to prevent witnesses from coming forward to testify on the allegations in the whistleblower complaint, that will create an adverse inference that those allegations are, in fact, correct.
On Monday, I issued a subpoena to Rudy Giuliani, again in consultation with Chairman Cummings and Engel. We expect Mr. Giuliani to comply with the legal process we are using. He is obviously a key figure in all of this, by his own admission, as well as by the allegations in the whistleblower complaint.
Today, and just within the last hour – half hour, Chairman Cummings noticed a subpoena that will go out later in the – this week or next week, after the notice period has expired, that that committee intends to subpoena documents that the White House has been withholding from Congress. We are obviously coordinating very closely with Chairman Cummings on that.
On Thursday, Ambassador Volker is scheduled to appear before our committee. And on Friday, Inspector General – the Inspector General of the I.C., Mr. Atkinson, will appear before the committee and testify, as well. The last time that the Inspector General testified, we did not have the complaint; we now do. And we certainly intend to ask the director about the efforts that were made to corroborate that complaint, which we now know the Inspector General found both credible and urgent.
Next week, we have also scheduled a deposition or interview with the former U.S. Ambassador, Yovanovitch, to Ukraine, and we are in discussion with other State Department witnesses to secure their depositions.
So we’ve been very busy, as you can tell, this week. We’re going to be very busy again next week.
We are proceeding deliberately, but at the same time, we feel a real sense of urgency here that this work needs to get done, and it needs to get done in a responsible period of time. Thank you.
How do you respond to concerns that you are putting the whistleblower’s life in danger?
President Donald Trump: Source: LYBIO.NET
Well, the whistleblower was very inaccurate. The whistleblower started this whole thing by writing a report on the conversation I had with the President of Ukraine. And the conversation was perfect; it couldn’t have been nicer. I saw Rick Scott, I saw many of the senators talking about it, many of the Congressmen talking about. Not a thing wrong, unless you heard the Adam Schiff Version, where he made up my conversation. He actually made it up. It should be criminal. It should be treasonous. He made it up every word of it, made up and read to Congress as though I said it.
And I’ll tell you what; he should be forced to resign from Congress. Adam Schiff, he’s a lowlife. He should be forced to resign. He took a perfect conversation, realized he couldn’t read it to Congress because it was perfect – it was a very nice conversation. I knew many people were on the phone. Not only were many people on the phone, we had stenographers on the phone taking it down, word for word. He took that conversation, which was perfect; he said, I can’t read this. So he made up a conversation and he reported it and said it to Congress and to the American people. And it was horrible was he said. And that was supposed to be coming from me, but it was all fabricated.
He should resign from office in disgrace. And, frankly, they should look at him for treason because he is making up the words of the President of the United States, not only words, but the meaning. And it’s a disgrace. It should not be allowed to happen.
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President Trump Slams Back On Adam Schiff A Lowlife And Should Be Forced To Resign From Congress. He took that conversation, which was perfect; he said, I can’t read this. So he made up a conversation and he reported it and said it to Congress and to the American people. And it was horrible was he said. And that was supposed to be coming from me, but it was all fabricated. He should resign from office in disgrace.Complete Full Transcript, Dialogue, Remarks, Saying, Quotes, Words And Text.