Senior Democrat says next step underway in Trump impeachment probe

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Rep. Lee said at a town hall in Las Vegas, Nevada, that she was upholding her oath to the Constitution when she voted to approve an impeachment inquiry into President Trump.

"I'm not even sure, if we came to an agreement today, that it would be enough time to finish, but it just depends on how much agreement we come to", Pelosi said. Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union".

"What we're not prepared to do is wait months and months while the administration plays a game of "rope a dope" in an effort to try to stall".

Reeker said during his deposition that he appealed to top State Department leaders to publicly support Marie Yovanovitch, the former US ambassador to Ukraine who was the target of a conspiracy theory-fueled smear campaign, a person familiar with his testimony said.

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Democrats claim Trump's request to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to "look into" the actions by former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and Biden's son Hunter Biden amounts to attempting to interfere in the 2020 election since Biden is running for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Asked directly by Tapper whether he would testify, Schiff said he wouldn't comment. "We're going to continue our investigation".

Gorton believes that based on everything he's read, it's clear the president of Ukraine "was subjected to a shakedown - pressured to become a foreign participant in President Trump's re-election campaign, a violation of the law". President Trump and congressional hope to flip at least 19 of these swing districts so that they could retake the House majority.

The money - approved by the U.S. Congress to help Ukraine combat Russia-backed separatists in the eastern part of the country - was later provided to Kiev in September after the controversy had spilled into public view. A lawyer for Parnas has said he would comply with the document request and is willing to appear before the House panel.

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