Over the weekend, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., told State of the Union that he has an “ironclad” case in Donald Trump’s impeachment inquiry. However, Schiff refused to answer if the president would be impeached, according to Fox News.
“I want to discuss this with my constituents and my colleagues before I make a final judgment on it,” he said.
Earlier in the interview, the chairman explained that the committee wants to complete the inquiry as quickly as possible in light of the upcoming election.
“This president has now twice sought foreign interference in our election … when [Trump] invited the Russians to hack Hillary’s email and later that day they attempted to do exactly that. There is a sense of urgency when you have a president who’s threatening the integrity of our elections,” he said. “We need to act now if we’re going to act, and we can’t allow this obstruction to succeed.”
He has emphasized, however, that the 2020 election will not affect his findings and if he believes impeachment is necessary, he will follow through.
He also expressed his confidence in the evidence presented thus far.
“The other point I would make is, the case in terms of the Ukraine misconduct is ironclad, but so is the case of the president’s obstruction of the Congress.”
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Source: Christian Headlines