Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer sought to turn up the pressure Monday on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans by outlining a plan for how he wants Republicans to investigate a whistleblower complaint that has sent shockwaves through Washington.
After a brief cessation of hostilities against the United States" intelligence and law enforcement community, President Donald Trump is once again gearing up to do battle. He is dusting off his old playbook and employing many of the same tactics he relied on to counter past allegations of wrongdoing.
In a letter to all members of Congress, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday again called for the administration to allow the whistleblower who has made the complaint to the Intelligence Community"s Inspector General to come before Congress. Read Pelosi"s letter below:
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