The White House Counsel’s Office was reportedly writing up a letter to send to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, in opposition of the impeachment investigation, according to an anonymous source. The formal statement will be justified by the fact that the probe was initiated without a vote of the House.
Last week Pelosi announced that the House had begun a formal inquiry into the matter without seeking the consent of the full chamber, unlike previous impeachment investigations of US Presidents such as Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton.
“There is no requirement under the Constitution, under House Rules, or House precedent that the whole House vote before proceeding with an impeachment inquiry,” said Pelosi.
According to Trump’s associates, however, the House is simply holding a standard oversight without the formal vote, which enables lawmakers to a lower level of disclosure from the administration.
Rudy Guilani, the President’s personal attorney, has rejected the entire idea of the impeachment order, which revolves around Trump’s request to Ukraine to investigate his potential political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden.
Guilani also confirmed that the letter was to be anticipated.
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