(UnitedVoice.com) – While liberals across the country are celebrating the fact that President Trump has been impeached, members of the Senate know that this situation is far from over, and the tensions are already starting to rise.
Chuck Schumer wrote a letter to Mitch McConnell on December 15 saying that Senate Democrats want four specific people from the Trump administration to testify. Two of these witnesses are former National Security Adviser John Bolton and acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney.
In the letter, Schumer says:
“The trial must be one that not only hears all of the evidence and adjudicates the case fairly; it must also pass the fairness test with the American people. That is the great challenge for the Senate in the coming weeks.”
Not surprisingly, McConnel rejected Schumer’s request to subpoena Bolton and Mulvaney. He also denied the request for the associate director for national security at the Office of Management and Budget, Michael Duffey and senior advisor to Mulvaney, Robert Blair.
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