Whistleblower's lawyer sends cease and desist letter to White House: repott

Trump speaks to reporters upon arrival at the White House in Washington

Trump speaks to reporters upon arrival at the White House in Washington

Trump faces headwinds of his own, as Democrats in the House of Representative mount an impeachment inquiry into whether he abused his office by pressuring Ukrainian authorities to investigate political rival Joe Biden by withholding millions in aid.

Paul's statement reiterates Trump's efforts to unmask the informant and refute his allegations. The firm's founder, Andrew Bakaj, confirmed that his law firm is also representing "multiple whistleblowers in connection to the underlying August 12, 2019, disclosure to the Intelligence Community Inspector General". "So we have offered to @DevinNunes". "We will ensure timely answers", he said.

Mr Nunes's office did not have immediate comment. "That's all right. You've always got to save a little money". "We have serious questions about this individual's political bias and partisan motivations and it seems Mark Zaid and Adam Schiff are attempting to hide these facts from public scrutiny".

Their testimony may not be needed, however.

"There is no reason to call witnesses to analyze my words and meaning", Trump tweeted on Monday.

The latest RealClearPolitics poll shows 51% percent of Americans support the impeachment inquiry now underway, while 42% oppose it. Among those refusing to testify: John Eisenberg, the lead lawyer at the National Security Council and, by some accounts, the man who ordered a rough transcript of Trump's phone call with Ukraine's leader moved to a highly restricted computer system. Yesterday, he said, quote, "The whistleblower should be revealed because the whistleblower gave false stories", end quote.

Wondering if Bolton should apologize, Trump told reporters on Sunday: "That is up to him up to the attorneys..."

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It is unclear whether any of them will come to Capitol Hill. They didn't know what to do with me.

"Let's be clear. The real objective of these attacks is to scare anyone else who may be thinking of coming forward to stay silent", Hirono said on the Senate floor.

The fast-moving inquiry, so far conducted behind closed doors, became more public this week after congressional investigators began releasing hundreds of pages of testimony.

There are laws in place to protect the identities and careers of people who bring forward accusations of wrongdoing against government officials.

The letter was cc'd to the members of Congress who constitute the "gang of eight" on intelligence matters - the leaders of each party in both chambers, and the chairmen and ranking members of the two intelligence committees. The pair have not always had such an amiable relationship, particularly when they competed for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. Trump has panned his political opponents as "human scum", while Democrats view his vision for America's future as anathema to the nation's founding values.

Since the whistleblower's complaint was filed, the whistleblower and the person's legal team have received death threats, according to Zaid.

But Pelosi called such a vote last week and the inquiry may soon shift into open hearings. "When it was time for governing, he invited me to the White House nine times", Edwards said. "If you are pro-God and pro-America and pro-gun and pro-duck hunting, that's all I want".

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