Pelosi says President Trump undermined national security

Share

Romney and Collins are two of only three Senate Republicans who declined to sign on as co-sponsors to a GOP resolution denouncing House Democrats' impeachment inquiry, raising questions about how they would vote in a Senate trial to convict and remove Trump from office.

"We aren't finished yet, the day is not over", Pelosi said during her weekly press conference.

Beginning at 9/8c, the House Intelligence Committee will hear from Fiona Hill, a former official at the National Security Council, and David Holmes, a counselor for political affairs at the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine. This comes the week after the U.S. House of Representatives began holding public hearings in the impeachment inquiry.

Target Black Friday Preview Sale
Target shoppers will have access to some of the Black Friday sale items during the event that will last all day both days. Target stores will open at 5 p.m. on Thursday, November 28 and will remain open until 1 a.m. on Friday, November 29.


She also lashed out at her conservative colleagues for continuing to stand by Trump, stating that "the sad tragedy of all of this is the behavior of the President and the defense of that behavior by the Republicans". Sondland, the ambassador to the European Union, appeared before the House panel for an hourslong testimony Wednesday.

Trump's recent lunch meetings highlight the White House's desire to highlight how they believe they're working towards legislative priorities; the president also frequently mentions the importance of party unity, especially as he heads into an election year.

But just because they're tuning in doesn't mean you can expect them to change their minds on whether President Donald Trump should be impeached. Per Politico, "Hill previously told House investigators that then-National Security Adviser John Bolton instructed her to report her concerns about Rudy Giuliani and Trump's dealings with Ukraine to NSC lawyers".

Share