Impeachment inquiry is 'invalid' without whistleblower's testimony, - Graham

Source : 112 Ukraine

Senate Judiciary Chairman thinks that the process would be "dead on arrival" if the whistleblower doesn't testify before Congress
13:00, 11 November 2019


Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham asserted that the impeachment inquiry into U.S. President Donald Trump is "invalid" unless the identity of the anonymous whistleblower is revealed, CNN reports.

According to Graham, the process would be "dead on arrival" in the Republican-controlled chamber if the whistleblower doesn't testify before Congress.

"I consider any impeachment in the House that doesn't allow us to know who the whistleblower is to be invalid because without the whistleblower complaint, we wouldn't be talking about any of this and I also see the need for Hunter Biden to be called to adequately defend the President and if you don't do those two things it's a complete joke," Graham said.

Related: Whistleblower's lawyer makes Republicans an offer

Meanwhile, Whistleblower, whose complaint document triggered the House impeachment inquiry of U.S. President Donald Trump, is getting attacked. That is why his lawyer has sent a letter to the White House warning the President to "cease and desist" attacking his client, according to CNN. 

As we reported earlier, Eric Ciaramella is believed to be an official, who had complained to special forces about U.S. President Donald Trump's pressure on Ukraine's leadership. This was reported by Breitbart with reference to Real Clear Investigations.

Ciaramella was the Director of Baltic and Eastern European Affairs at the National Security Council during Obama’s presidency. He was engaged in the politics of Ukraine. He currently works as an analyst at the Central Intelligence Agency.

Related: Another key witness testifies in Trump's impeachment inquiry

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