The democrats in the House of Representatives intend to demand forcibly from Donald Trump’s administration to provide documents tied with Ukrainian leadership as the memorandum of Congressmen to Head of Committee on Oversight and Reform.
“Over the past several weeks, the Committees tried several times to obtain voluntary compliance with our requests for documents, but the White House has refused to engage with or even respond to the Committees,” the document stated.
The Congressmen mention numerous requests to Trump’s administration with the request to provide the documents about Ukraine, which were sent starting from September 9. They received no response so the lawmakers warned that the necessary information will be demanded from the White House by filing the subpoena on the forcible provision of the documents.
Earlier members of the US House of Representatives from the Democratic Party have asked Donald Trump's lawyer Rudolf Giuliani to provide all documents regarding relations with Ukraine.
However, President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, is prepared to testify in the House Intelligence Committee's investigation into the president's impeachment only if his client, Donald Trump, agrees.
On September 25, the White House published the transcript of the talk of two presidents. On September 26, the U.S. Congress published the full version of the complaint against the pressure of U.S. President Donald Trump on President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky during the phone talk in July.
In his turn, Zelensky stated that Ukraine would hardly publish the transcript of the conversation between him and U.S. President Donald Trump.