White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway Kellyanne Elizabeth ConwayTrump allies attack impeachment during the trial, while House Democrats promise open hearings soon on Sunday shows – Next phase of impeachment dominates Conway: military assistance denied from Ukraine over request for Biden investigation MORE said on Wednesday that acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney are not expected to appear on Friday's testimony in connection with the House impeachment investigation.
"They say 'no,'" Conway told reporters at the White House when asked if
Three parliamentary committees on Tuesday sent a letter to Mulvani asking him to appear for deposit on Friday. If the incumbent White House chief does not turn up, House Democrats could call on him.
Several current and former White House officials have denied calls in the study, citing immunity from forced congressional testimony.
Conway hammered an impeachment investigation Wednesday, a key criticism of the White House. She said the closed-door hearings should be public from the outset and that House Democrats cannot fix the issue by holding public hearings in the coming weeks, as they agreed to vote in parliament last week.
The hearings should have been public from the outset. They can't cure a bad process, "Conway said. "The trial was ill-conceived from the beginning."
Conway also suggests that House Democrats have launched an investigation into the search for a crime by Trump President Donald John Trump. Hill's interview: DNA chairman calls Latinos & # 39; imperative "to win in bitcoin countries Democrats give Warren Medicare for All Cold War Plan Senate Republicans fight to unite impeachment strategy MORE .
Conway said he didn't know
The House impeachment investigation focused on a July 25 call during which Trump asked the President of Ukraine to look at former Vice President Biden Joe Biden, Democrats give Medic and all of Warren's "cold shoulder plan, Senate Republicans fight n impeachment strategy, Sanders team blames media for ignoring" leap "in studies MORE and his son Hunter's trade deals in Ukraine.
among other things, whether the Trump administration has held US military assistance to Ukraine in an effort to pressure Ukraine to launch investigations sought by Trump.
Some impeachment witnesses have described what constitutes an aid-related quid pro quo, but Trump and his aides have insisted there was no interaction with Ukraine and that he did nothing wrong.
Mulvani, who is also director of the Office of Management and Budget, is seen as a key witness for Democrats because of their involvement in decisions over $ 400 million in security assistance to Ukraine, which was eventually released.
At a news conference last month, Mulvain indicated that assistance was partly dependent on Ukraine to conduct a probe into the Democratic Nation al Committee Committee. He later returned his remarks, insisting that there was no quid pro quo and that the media had misinterpreted his statements.