Trump Blocks Ambassador From Testifying In Schiff’s “Kangaroo Court,” Exposes Adam As Weak In Process

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“I would love to send Ambassador Sondland, a really good man and great American, to testify, but unfortunately he would be testifying before a totally compromised kangaroo court, where Republican’s rights have been taken away, and true facts are not allowed out for the public,” Trump said.

“To see. Importantly, Ambassador Sondland’s tweet, which few report, stated, “I believe you are incorrect about President Trump’s intentions. The President has been crystal clear: no quid pro quo’s of any kind.” That says it ALL!” he added.

With those words, Trump called Adam Schiff’s bluff and Schiff responded with typical Dem weakness.

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Look, the Democrats are very bad at this stuff and it shows two things – either they have a very weak hand and they are overplaying it, or they are just made of weak stuff and don’t know how to use what power they have.

The GOP would never let themselves get steamrolled like this – remember they held Eric Holder in contempt and while that was more for show, at least they tried to do something and got it on record.

Schiff? Crickets. Look, America likes strength and if the Democrats want to win this battle they better get a spine or they will not only lose this fight but will get rolled in the 2020 election as their base will desert them. And no one will blame them for staying home in 2020 because why bother voting for these clowns.

From NPR: The Trump administration has blocked Gordon Sondland, President Trump’s ambassador to the European Union, from testifying before Congress Tuesday.

Sondland has been a key figure in the widening Ukraine scandal involving the president, members of his Cabinet and high-ranking diplomats.

“Early this morning, the U.S. Department of State directed Ambassador Gordon Sondland not to appear today for his scheduled transcribed interview before the U.S. House of Representatives Joint Committee,” the law firm representing Sondland said in a statement. “Ambassador Sondland had previously agreed to appear voluntarily today, without the need for a subpoena, in order to answer the Committee’s questions on an expedited basis. As the sitting U.S. Ambassador to the EU and employee of the State Department, Ambassador Sondland is required to follow the Department’s direction.”

The statement described Sondland as “profoundly disappointed” and noted that he traveled from Brussels to Washington for the testimony and to prepare.

“Ambassador Sondland believes strongly that he acted at all times in the best interests of the United States, and he stands ready to answer the Committee’s questions fully and truthfully,” the statement notes. “Ambassador Sondland hopes that the issues raised by the State Department that preclude his testimony will be resolved promptly. He stands ready to testify on short notice, whenever he is permitted to appear.”

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