House Democrats seek documents from Mike Pence for impeachment inquiry


The request for documents to Pence adds the vice president to a growing list of Trump officials and allies from who Democrats are seeking documents as part of the impeachment inquiry. "This isn't a cable news channel anymore, it's a Democrat public relations firm". "The reports include specific references to a member of your staff who may have participated directly in the July 25, 2019, call, documents you may have obtained or reviewed, including the record of the call, and your September 1, 2019, meeting with the Ukrainian President in Warsaw, during which you reportedly discussed the Administration's hold on US security assistance to Ukraine". "But, it concluded, 'Now, we are at a crisis point, with nearly weekly violations of previously respected safeguards.' The report calls for stringent new standards to enshrine scientific independence". "Specifically, in addition to disparaging CNN and its journalists, the ad makes assertions that have been proven demonstrably false by various news outlets, including CNN". Our ad is entirely accurate and was reviewed by counsel, and CNN wouldn't even describe to us what they found objectionable. In the last few weeks, Biden's dealings with Ukraine has become a topic of concern, which Trump has called attention to. "Well, son of a [expletive], he got fired". In his place he sent Pence, whose face-to-face meeting with Zelensky now puts him at the heart of events that led to the impeachment inquiry by the House of Representatives.

While the ad says "the swamp" hates Trump, flashing video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, it outlines actions taken in the president's first term and asserts that it takes a "tough guy" to change Washington.

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As most know, Trump is a vehement critic of the mainstream media, frequently referring to some of the biggest networks and publications as "fake news". Nevertheless, contrary to his claims, an edited music video featuring a photograph of Biden and his son alongside an executive from a Ukrainian gas company went viral on social media.

"Your failure or refusal to comply with the request, including at the direction of or behest of the president or the White House, shall constitute evidence of obstruction of justice of the House's impeachment inquiry and may be used as an adverse inference against you and the president", it continues. "Biden was threatening to withhold USD$ 1 billion in subsidies to Ukraine until I was removed from office".