The Committees of the House of Democrats which initiated the investigation within the President's impeachment, demanded from Vice President Mike Pence the list of documents and messages relating to Ukraine and Donald Trump's pressure on the Ukrainian authorities, as CNBC informed.
Congressmen are interested in all the recordings, transcripts, notes related to phone conversations with the Ukrainian leadership, as well as the documents about the meeting with Zelensky in Warsaw. They also requested all communications related to the calls between current or formal officials in the White House, the Department of Justice, the Department of State, the Department of Energy, and various intelligence agencies.
The committee heads also asked Pence to turn over documents related to his meeting with Zelensky in September, including any communications about the meeting with Energy Secretary Rick Perry, White House senior advisor Jared Kushner and others.
The Chairmen of the Committees warned Pence that the refusal to give all the stated documents will be the evidence of impeding the investigation within Trump's impeachment procedure.
In a statement, Pence’s press secretary Katie Waldman said that the Vice President received the letter after it was released to the media.