White House Refuses to Participate in Jerry Nadler’s Impeachment Inquiry

Andrew Harnik / Associated Press

by Joel B. Pollak

White House Counsel Pat Cipollone wrote a five-page letter to House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) on Sunday, rejecting participation in what Cipollone called a “baseless and highly partisan” impeachment inquiry.

Nadler had given the president and his lawyers until 6:00 p.m. EST to respond to a request to participate in the opening hearing of the Judiciary Committee’ inquiry on Wednesday, focusing on constitutional and legal issues. Democrats had prepared four witnesses, unnamed as of Sunday: three were reportedly in favor of impeachment. Separately, Nadler gave the White House a deadline of Friday, Dec. 6, to participate in the broader inquiry. Read the rest HERE.

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1 Response to White House Refuses to Participate in Jerry Nadler’s Impeachment Inquiry

  1. Joe Z says:

    Hey Jerry, take your impeachment inquiry and…stick…it…up…your…a**!!!

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