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GOP Needs Hunter Biden, whistleblower to testify at impeachment hearing

Last updated on November 9, 2019

The correspondence, that comes days ahead of the first people impeachment hearings are set to start in the home, also slams the question as”purely political” and states the minority party needs to have the ability to predict their witnesses, since in conventional anti hearings, rather than propose that a witness list into the vast majority party conducting the hearings.

“Americans see through this sham impeachment procedure,” Nunes stated in the letter.

Nunes lists eight asked witnesses and”all people” who aided that the anonymous whistleblower draft their complaint.

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A vital title in the GOP record is Hunter Biden — that the son of former vice president and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden — whose company deals in Ukraine were in the middle of Trump’s attempts to own that nation launch an investigation of his political rival.

Also on the record of witnesses is Devon Archer, a longtime business associate of Hunter Biden’s, along with the anonymous whistleblower whose allegations concerning the president’s deals with Ukraine triggered the impeachment question.

The whistleblower alleged in a complaint in a July 25 mobile call, Trump requested Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to research Joe and Hunter Biden in addition to a 2016 election conspiracy theory.

Trump and his assistants have demanded the identity of the whistleblower be shown and that the individual testify in an open hearing.

The whistleblower’s attorney wrote a letter into the White House counselor this week demanding the president cease from assaulting his customer, saying it amounts to witness tampering.

The letter from lawyer Andrew Bakaj stated the whistleblower was in discussions to provide a closed-door deposition into the House Intelligence Committee, but “as an immediate effect of the president’s reckless rhetoric and behavior, my customer’s physical security became a substantial concern, alerting us instead state our openness to just answer written interrogatories.”