Impeachment Inquiry: House to Release Report
The House Intelligence Committee is expected to release its report today on the impeachment investigation.
This will pave the way for a new phase of the inquiry.
And as the new phase begins, the White House says they will not participate in any of the hearings.
The House Intelligence Committee invited the president and his staff to testify in the first hearings.
They are set to begin this Wednesday.
But the president said in a tweet, “I will be representing our Country in London at NATO, while the Democrats hold the most ridiculous Impeachment hearings in history.”
I will be representing our Country in London at NATO, while the Democrats are holding the most ridiculous Impeachment hearings in history. Read the Transcripts, NOTHING was done or said wrong! The Radical Left is undercutting our Country. Hearings scheduled on same dates as NATO!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 30, 2019
With many questions still unanswered, Democrats say including the president and his staff would allow them to explain for themselves what happened.
The president leaves for London Monday morning for the NATO summit.
And again, the House Intelligence Committee is expected to release its report on the impeachment investigation so far, later today.