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New York Times Won’t Unmask Whistleblower, Top Editor Tells WaPo

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The executive editor for the New York Times told the Washington Post that the outlet doesn’t plan on unmasking the whistleblower, despite President Donald Trump urging the media to do so. Dean Baquet, NYT’s executive editor, said that he’s “not sure” he sees the point “in unmasking someone who wants to remain anonymous,” according to an article published Tuesday evening ...

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House Democrats Release Transcripts of Kurt Volker and Gordon Sondland Depositions

House Democrats on Tuesday released transcripts of closed-door depositions with two key witnesses in the Trump impeachment push, former Ukrainian special envoy Kurt Volker and EU ambassador Gordon Sondland. Volker and Sondland were questioned on Oct. 3 and Oct. 17, respectively, about their interactions in recent months with Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani and Ukrainian officials. Democrats began on Monday releasing ...

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Giuliani Associate Will Cooperate With Democrats’ Impeachment Inquiry

An associate of Rudy Giuliani’s who was indicted in October on campaign finance charges will cooperate with the House Democrats’ impeachment probe, his attorneys said Monday. Lev Parnas, a Ukrainian-American businessman, made the decision in part because he was “very upset by President Trump’s plainly false statement that he did not know him,” his lawyer told The New York Times. ...

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Whistleblower Willing To Submit Written Answers To House Republicans, Lawyer Says

The intelligence community whistleblower who filed a complaint against President Donald Trump is willing to answer questions from Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee in writing, his lawyer said Sunday. The attorney, Mark Zaid, said that he reached out on Saturday to Rep. Devin Nunes, the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, to offer to provide written answers under ...

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Lawyers For Whistle-blower Threaten Journalists to Avert Speculation About Client’s Identity

A lawyer for the CIA analyst who sparked the impeachment push against President Donald Trump says he is not limiting future legal options against news outlets or individuals who identify the whistleblower, should they be physically harmed. “I am not going to be limiting any future options that may exist,” Andrew Bakaj told the Daily Caller News Foundation Friday. Bakaj ...

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Trump’s Campaign Says POTUS Raised $3 Million After Democrats Voted On Impeachment Inquiry

President Donald Trump’s campaign manager says the president raked in millions of dollars after House Democrats voted Thursday to support an impeachment inquiry. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats’ plan to impeach Trump “is backfiring already,” Brad Parscale, the president’s campaign manager, said in a tweet Friday morning. He went on to note that the campaign pulled in close ...

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Let’s Talk High Crimes & Misdemeanors

►Listen to the Podcast* “[T]he President must be held accountable for his betrayal of his oath of office, betrayal of our national security, and the betrayal of the integrity of our elections.” – NancyPelosi, September 24, 2019 With all the “impeachment” talk captivating the news cycles on the usual suspect cable and alphabet news channels, it is well past time ...

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WH Official Testifies He Was ‘Not Concerned That Anything Illegal Was Discussed’ On Ukraine Call

Timothy Morrison, the White House’s senior director for European affairs, told Congress on Thursday that he did not believe ‘anything illegal’ transpired in a phone call between President Trump and Volodymyr Zelensky. Morrison is the second White House official who listened in on the July 25 phone call to testify as part of Democrats’ impeachment inquiry. According to Morrison’s prepared ...

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Who Are The Two Democrats That Voted No On The Impeachment Inquiry?

Only two Democratic representatives voted “no” on a resolution formalizing an impeachment inquiry Thursday: Democratic New Jersey Rep. Jeff Van Drew and Rep. Collin Peterson of Minnesota. Democratic representatives voted Thursday to open an impeachment inquiry with a vote ending 232 in favor of the impeachment inquiry and 196 against. Not a single Republicans voted yes. Van Drew warned that ...

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White House Responds to “Sham” Impeachment Inquiry Vote

The Office of the Press Secretary issued a statement Thursday after the House of Representatives voted to open an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. The House voted to open the inquiry 232-196 along party lines nearly a month after Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced the inquiry after a whistleblower filed a complaint alleging that Trump had pressured ...

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Former CIA Acting Director Praises ‘Deep State’ For Role In Trump Impeachment Push

Former CIA Acting Director John McLaughlin expressed gratitude Wednesday for the so-called “deep state,” and its role in the impeachment push against President Donald Trump. McLaughlin embraced the controversial term when asked during an event with other former intelligence officials whether the CIA whistleblower complaint that has sparked an impeachment inquiry feeds into Trump’s complaints that the “deep state” is ...

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Bolton Called To Testify In Trump Impeachment Inquiry

House investigators called on former National Security Adviser John Bolton to testify next week in the Donald Trump impeachment inquiry, The New York Times reported Wednesday. Bolton had reportedly expressed concerns with the president’s pressure campaign on Ukraine for political information, three people who heard Oct. 14 testimony from White House aide Fiona Hill told the Times on Oct. 15. ...

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Impeachment Could Shut Down The Government

The ongoing impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump could shut down the government because the Senate has yet to pass 12 spending bills, The New York Times reported. None of the bills have reached the Senate floor yet, and a possible impeachment trial “gives added urgency” for the lawmakers to fully fund the government, Republican Maine Sen. Susan Collins said ...

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DC Circuit Halts Disclosure Of Mueller Grand Jury Materials Just Hours Before Release

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit temporarily halted the release of grand jury materials from former special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation Tuesday, just hours ahead of their scheduled distribution. A three judge panel issued a short directive saying the grand jury documents will be temporarily withheld while it considers an emergency appeal from the Department of Justice ...

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‘Soviet-Style Process’: Scalise, Jordan Rip Schiff Over Alleged Obstruction Of Witnesses

Republican congressmen ripped into House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff Tuesday following a White House national security officer’s testimony regarding the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise told reporters Tuesday that the impeachment inquiry is a “one-sided, Soviet-style process.” He was joined by Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan and added that this was the only impeachment ...

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