Sen. Lindsey Graham, RS.C., blasted the House Democrats on Wednesday for his continued pursuit of impeachment as the House Intelligence Committee prepares to hold public hearings next week.
"All work is led by guerrillas in the House. Adam Schiff is not seeking the truth. And the testimonies are inconsistent. It depends on who you talk to, "Graham said on Wednesday on The Story of Martha McCallum." But there is one common theme here, the President of Ukraine and the President of the United States – both said there was no quid pro quo. "
The Democrats on Wednesday, they released a transcript of testimony from US diplomat Bill Taylor, claiming that he had a "clear understanding" that President Trump wanted to use military aid for Ukraine in exchange for investigations that could benefit him in politics. Taylor admitted that he did not know firsthand what was in the head of Pre The House Intelligence Committee will hold its first open hearings next week as part of a formal investigation into the impeachment against Trump, involving current and former officials with knowledge of the controversy in Ukraine.
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"The president has involved entire government departments in the unlawful goal of trying to get Ukraine to dig dirt on a political opponent, as well as additional conspiracy theory about the 201
Graham also questioned why EY Ambassador Gordon Sundland revised his testimony to describe the quid pro quo, calling it" suspicious. "
" Why did Sondland change his testimony? Was there any connection between Sondland and the Democratic operatives in the commission? Have you talked to Schiff? Did you tell him about Schiff's staff? Graham asked. “I've been a lawyer for a long time. When someone changes his testimony, he suddenly remembers something he didn't know before. That makes me incredibly, incredibly suspicious. "
Yesterday's census revealed that Sundland revised his previous testimony to say he told a senior Ukrainian official that US aid would probably not resume until the country issued a statement on corruption – a revelation that was quickly welcomed by Democrats for proof of the quid pro quo they claim to have taken place.
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Graham also went after the whistle, saying the status protects his or misused.
" Abuse the status of offenders here. It does not anonymize a person when it comes to claiming wrongdoing. This prevents them from being fired, "Graham said." The constitution defiles the constitution. No American, including Donald Trump, should be blamed for something based on an anonymous source. "
Brooke Singhman on Fox News contributed to this report.