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Maybe they should get actual info then before making claims, or do you usually make a claim and then look to see if there is evidence after?
I believe that the White House keeps records of outgoing calls, and the calls that they connect to offices within the West Wing.
Rudy could have been checking on his invitation to the White House Hanukkah party.
But, Mulvaney admitted that they were withholding the $$$, partly because they wanted the Ukraine to launch an investigation.
And we know that Rudy had been in touch with Mulvaney about his Ukraine dealings.
We know that Rudy was operating with some sort of White House blessing, because he was waving his phone around as proof, on Laura Ingram's show.
OK, you can believe that all you want. Do you have any hard evidence that they do? This is the fourth time I have tried to get you to show us anything that indicates these records exist.
Ukraine already met all those legal requirement.
And since Mulvaney is acting as Chief of Staff, why shouldn't an American citizen conducting an investigation into a foreign country not maintain contact with the Chief of Staff?
Er, yes, he was. It's called "legal representation."
Is there some reason you do not believe that legal counsel should be allowed to investigate the charges brought against his client?
If the White House answers the committee's subpoena, for those records, saying they don't have them, instead of refusing to comply, I might believe it. But, until they say, in legal terms, that they don't have any such records, I'm going to assume they're stonewalling, again.
“No one from OMB has talked to Giuliani,” a White House spokesperson told RealClearPolitics this week, noting that the calls were not coming from their office.
Giuliani is Trump's personal attorney. He's not a government employee or representative, working with American law enforcement. He was leaning on Ukraine to get them to conduct an investigation in 2 American citizens, one of whom was the Vice President of the United States at the time, acting on behalf on the USA.
And Mick Mulvaney was not just Trump's Chief of Staff, he's also the acting head of the Office of Management and Budget, the office that was not releasing the $400 million.
Er, a personal legal representation that running around Ukraine getting an anti-corruption ambassador fired, and ordering the EU ambassador, Sondland, to inform Ukrainian officials that they need to deliver an announcement of an investigation in order to get their aid package and a meeting with Trump?
The charges are that Trump was holding up aid to Ukraine until they work with Giuliani and announce an investigation into the Bidens, and to debunk the Mueller report by finding the Crowdstrike server, supposedly hidden somewhere in Ukraine.
originally posted by: Guyfriday
a reply to: OccamsRazor04
Pelosi doesn't scare me. I have incriminating pictures of her. I know she wasn't aware of these pictures since I drew them my self (sadly drawings of things might be considered good evidence in this age of "Hearsay is better than direct evidence")
originally posted by: Notoneofyou
a reply to: AndyFromMichigan
That's the problem with being in a manic state.
You think your is fairytale is real, but it's just the psychosis/ meds.
Look at Schiff. He's clearly not right in the head.
originally posted by: pavil
Trump is done for. Latest charge will force impeachment:
Trump has Bigger salt and pepper shakers than everyone else