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Trump to cooperate with impeachment probe if rights guaranteed

President of US shows consent to the potential cooperation on the impeachment inquiry
13:07, 10 October 2019

Reuters

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that the White House would cooperate with the House of Representatives’ impeachment inquiry if House Democrats “give us our rights”, Reuters informs.

The White House has criticized Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for not calling a vote of the full chamber to authorize the impeachment investigation.

Related: Yes, Trump is guilty, but impeachment is a mistake

After being asked by a reporter if he would cooperate with Democrats’ demands for testimony and documents if a House vote were held, Trump said: “We would if they give us our rights.”

As we reported earlier, 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. This was stated by Giuliani in an interview with ABC News.

Meanwhile,  US Congressional Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland is being interrogated in Congress as part of the impeachment inquiry of US President Donald Trump, AP agency reports.  It is also reported that former US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch is being examined as well. Her interrogation will take place on October 11.

Related: Yovanovitch to testify before Congress within Trump impeachment procedure

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