The White House: Trump’s witnesses in the framework of the impeachment procedure operate guesses

A spokeswoman for the American leader Stephanie Grisham said that witnesses rely mainly on their assumptions.

WASHINGTON – Witnesses in the impeachment proceedings of US President Donald Trump operate mainly with their assumptions and guesses, not facts. Such a position of the White House was outlined on Thursday by the press Secretary of the American leader Stephanie Grisham, commenting on the testimony given to the special Committee on intelligence of the House of Representatives of the US Congress by two more witnesses during the investigation.

These witnesses were former senior Director for Russia of the national security Council of the White house Fiona Hill and an employee of the American Embassy in Kyiv, David Holmes.

“As has been the case throughout the impeachment fiction started by Democrats, today’s witnesses rely mainly on their assumptions, guesses, and opinions. These two witnesses, like everyone else, do not know personally and directly why the US assistance [to Ukraine] was temporarily stopped,” Grisham said in a written statement.

At the same time, she also made sharp accusations against the leaders of the Democratic Party of the United States. “Democrats are clearly driven… hatred of President Trump and an irresistible desire to nullify the results of the 2016 election. Americans deserve different,” Grisham said.

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Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
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