Published: Sun, November 10, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

House Republicans Request Hunter Biden Testify in Public Impeachment Hearing

House Republicans Request Hunter Biden Testify in Public Impeachment Hearing

"We expect that you will call each of the witnesses listed above to ensure that the Democrats" "impeachment inquiry' treats the President with fairness, as promised by Speaker Pelosi", Nunes wrote in the letter.

Mitt Romney, R-Utah, have largely avoided directly criticizing Trump's phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Trump has said the call was "perfect" and most Republicans have stood by him in his defense.

Biden's work for Burisma is an issue in the impeachment inquiry into whether Trump abused his power by asking that Ukrainian leaders to investigate the Bidens at the same time that he was withholding military aid from their country.

"I'm trying to let the House know, 'You're dividing America for no good reason.' We got a lot of things we should be doing, like lowering drug costs and getting a trade deal with Canada and Mexico", he added.

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Trump said the second transcript would probably be released on Tuesday. Trump himself also added fuel to the fire by tweeting on Saturday that the mysterious whistleblower somehow disappeared and should be on the witnesses list for the hearing.

As reported by TheBlaze, House Republicans also revealed on Saturday they intend to call on Hunter Biden to testify before investigators, along with the whistleblower who filed the complaint about the call.

But Schiff is likely to reject many, if not all, of the witnesses from the Republicans' wish list, reports The Washington Post.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., who runs the inquiry, said in a recent letter to the committee's ranking Republican Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., that the inquiry already "has gathered an ever-growing body of evidence - from witnesses and documents, including the president's own words in his July 25 call record - that not only confirms but far exceeds the initial information in the whistleblower's complaint". House Democrats soon thereafter launched an impeachment inquiry on the ground of abuse of presidential powers and soliciting a foreign power to interfere in United States elections by digging up dirt on a political opponent.

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) has said that President Trump should be able to face his accuser.

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