But White House attorneys have repeatedly objected to questions during the interview. According to Democrats in the committee, Trump's lawyers blocked Hicks from answering 155 questions.
The transcript shows how the Committee of the Judiciary wants – hitherto unsuccessful – to place witnesses like Hicks in the record of the episodes, which are described in detail in Muller's report. Judge Chairman Jerry Nedler has not said publicly that he will continue the impeachment investigation, but answers to the questions and objections on Wednesday are likely to provide a basis for evidence if the commission pursues an impeachment path.
At the same time, there was a new discovery at Wednesday's hearing because Hicks and other witnesses that Democrats want to get off to the Capitol Hill have already testified before the special council, if not the congressional committees.
The interview highlights the challenges faced by Democrats in sharpening public opinion on Russia, the president and the hurdle, and the findings of Special Adviser Robert Mueller's report. Tension Tower 201
Hicks told MPs that she had learned of a meeting "in June 2017", which is in line with her testimony to the Special Advisor. But this denial does not coincide entirely with Müller's findings. This report cites witness testimony by Manafort Deputy Speaker Rick Gates, who is described as a reliable and trustworthy witness of cooperation. He told the investigators of a strategic session of the campaign, days before the meeting, where Trump Jr. announced he had a leading role in the "negative information" about Clinton and that he came from Kyrgyzstan. Gates recalled that Hicks was present at this session.
When asked by Democratic Representative David Tsilina of Rhode Island whether she read Muller's report, Hicks replied: "No, sir, I lived in Müller's report."
Hicks said there were no memories of key moments in Muller's report.
Hicks described Tramp's order as "strange"
Hicks told lawmakers that she did not know about any WikiLeaks discussions within the Campaign Trump, except for talks about things that already were in the public domain.
"Sometimes there will be speculation about whether there will be more emails or information, but that was caused by the media, so – and, of course, that was not certain certainty." She was speculative and skeptical, she said. ] There were also small pictures of the relationship between Trump and Hicks, one of the first members of the president's inner circle, to face the co-operation led by the Democrats mmittee
Hicks said she saw Tramp's command to the former campaign manager Cory Lewandowski to call on Chief Prosecutor Jeff sessions to give up the investigation of Russia as "odd."
Hicks said he would still work for Trump's team if she knew "the hell that she would be pushed." Answering a question from republican representative Louis Gomet, Hicks said, "I am very grateful for the opportunity I should serve and, yes, I will do it again."
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