Latest news on impeachment investigation
- Democrats on committees leading impeachment investigation plan to release rehearsal hearings this week .  Democratic Congresswoman Jackie Spierer said the murals would be "very revealing."
- Last week, the House voted to approve a resolution laying down the procedures for the next phase of the impeachment investigation, setting out the framework for public hearings.
Democratic Rep. Jackie Spier, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, told Face the Nation on Sunday that the testimony would prove "very indicative."
"I think you will see all the records that will probably be released within the next five days," Scheyer said. "I don't know if they will all be released the same day. But they will tell a lot to the American people."
A resolution adopted by the House last week defines the parameters of the investigation going forward, including the release of transcripts, public hearings in the Intelligence Committee and possible hearings in the Judiciary Committee, where the president and his defense counsel may cross to interrogate witnesses. seek summons.
Meanwhile, a lawyer for the weekend offered to allow House Republicans to ask questions directly to his client, bypassing Democrats in the committee.
Mark Zaid, a spokesman for the whistle raising concerns about President Trump's call with the President of Ukraine, said he told Republican Rep. Devin Nunes, a member of the Intelligence Community's ranking, that his client would answer written questions under penalty of perjury.
Trump rejects proposal of written replies by wi tleblower
8:00 am :: 1919909014] Without quoting or providing any evidence, the president again accused the witness of wrongdoing, which condemns his dealings with the Ukrainian government, that he included "false information" in his complaint.
Mr. Trump also urged the musicians to testify before Congress, echoing a request made by his Republican allies in Congress.
"It must be brought out to give evidence. Written answers are not acceptable!" The president wrote on Twitter, appearing to have rejected an offer this weekend by the lawyer of whistleblowers.
CBS News was the first to report on Sunday that Mark Zaid, one of the attorneys for Republican lawmakers, was able to submit written questions to his client without clear them through the Democrat-led Intelligence Committee.
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– Camilo Montoya-Galves
Speyer says testimony will be "much spoken"
6:00 Scheyer said the US public can expect copies of recent closed-door congressional statements from current and former Trump administration officials at the center of the impeachment investigation this week.
"I think you will see all the transcripts that will probably be released within the next five days," Scheyer told Face of the Nation. "I don't know if they will all be released the same day. But they will tell a lot to the American people."
The California Democrat proposed the census and public hearings would allow the American woman to come to the same conclusion that most of her Democratic colleagues have already made.
"This will let the American people understand exactly what we have heard. Speier added.
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Hoyer: Legislators "have a duty to the country" regarding impeachment
5:00 AM Maryland's Stanley Hoyer, the second-highest Democrat in the House, said congressional deputies have a constitutional responsibility to continue the impeachment investigation – despite the potential political failures his party may face.
"It's not a calculation of whether it's good for us politically or bad for us politically," Hoyer said on Face the Nation on Sunday.
Hoyer acknowledged that the pursuit of impeachment – as well as potential members of impeachment against Mr Trump – "may" have political implications for Democrats. But he suggested it was a price his party was willing to pay.
"But we have an obligation. We have a duty to the country, to the American people and to the US Constitution, "he said. – Camilo Montoya-Galves
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