Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz (R) announced Wednesday that he has filed a formal complaint against fellow congressman and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), accusing his colleague of several instances of “unprofessional and divisive behavior.” Schiff has been a longtime critic of President Donald Trump, and has taken the lead in House Democrats’ impeachment
Democrats defeated a resolution to censure House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) on Monday on a partisan vote of 218 to 185. Every Democrat voted to table the measure, and all Republicans voted against tabling it. Schiff was criticized for lying about whether the Ukraine whistleblower had contact with his office, and also
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, conceded Sunday that he should have been “more clear” about his committee’s contact with the whistleblower who raised concerns about President Donald Trump’s July 25 call with the president of Ukraine. Last month, Schiff said neither he nor his committee had contact with the whistleblower.
President Donald Trump accused Rep. Adam Schiff in February of “stealing” away people who had worked in the White House at its National Security Council by hiring them. Schiff’s committee hired two people who worked at the NSC in the Obama and Trump administrations: Abigail Grace, who worked at the NSC until 2018 and was hired
Michael Atkinson, the Intelligence Community Inspector General, testified Friday that the Trump whistleblower did not disclose contacts with Adam Schiff’s office when filing his complaint on Aug. 12 IC IG forms require whistleblowers to disclose contacts related to their complaints with other government officials Schiff’s office confirmed this week that the whistleblower reached out to
Adam Schiff knew about allegations that President Donald Trump used his position to ask Ukrainian officials to look into Joe Biden and his son before the whistleblower’s complaint was filed, a spokesman and numerous American officials said, according to the New York Times. The whistleblower, a CIA officer, had a co-worker bring the allegations
“Heard it from a friend who Heard it from a friend who Heard it from another you been messin’ around” REO Speedwagon (Article Continues Below Advertisement) Al Hunter Washington Times Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s call for formal impeachment proceedings is not the first time this has happened in Congress. It’s not even the first
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) chose to put words in President Donald Trump’s mouth last week to further his version of events of what he believes Trump told Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky about the Biden’s in July. On Sunday, ABC host George Stephanopoulos confronted Schiff over his “parody,” which led to widespread backlash.
Fred Fleitz, who served as the National Security Council chief of staff last year, believes the whistleblower who filed a complaint against President Donald Trump was aided by congressional Democrats and lawyers. Writing in the New York Post, Fleitz said the complaint suggests the whistleblower was “pursuing a political agenda” and pointed to the writing
House Intelligence Community Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) on Sunday threatened to withhold funds from the intelligence community unless the government discloses the whistleblower complaint recently lodged against President Donald Trump. Trump faced new scrutiny last week over an phone conversation with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in July during which the president allegedly pressured Ukraine to
Have you read a lot about the pro-democracy (read: pro-freedom) demonstrations currently taking place in Hong Kong? If you are like most people you are surprised to hear that they are still taking place. That’s because the “loud-mouth media” – or the big cable networks, to be more specific – are more concerned with
Democratic California House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff said Friday that the House is considering levying heavy fines on individuals until they comply with Democratic requests. Schiff told Axios’ Mike Allen at a Washington, D.C. Axios event that while he wished they had subpoenaed the president before, House Democrats are now considering using the House’s
A top House Democrat who pushed the now-debunked collusion narrative for more than two years is calling on Attorney General William Barr to resign from office for giving what he claims is “deliberately false and misleading” testimony to Congress last month. “There’s no sugarcoating this: I think he should step down,” California Rep. Adam Schiff
California Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff stopped into the FNN offices Thursday for an exclusive interview on President Donald Trump’s claims that he has a “pencil neck.” Watch: (Article Continues Below Advertisement) “I’m absolutely outraged,” Schiff said. “I mean, who is he going around insulting people all the time? … I don’t have a pencil
Former South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy predicted Sunday that the U.S. intelligence community may stop providing information to House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff because he “leaks like a screen door on a submarine.” Gowdy was asked to weigh in on Republicans’ decision on Thursday to call on Schiff to step down as chairman of
President Donald Trump slammed Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) at his first rally since the Mueller investigation ended, and CNN panelists were upset at the new nickname the president branded him with. “Little pencil-neck Adam Schiff!” said the president to jeers and applause from the audience in Grand Rapids, Michigan. “He has got the smallest thinnest
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the Russia investigation has been delivered, and with it came no recommendations for indictments, and no sealed indictments. That is not the end of the story, and the details of the report are not public yet. Other investigations are still underway, too, but the result of this primary and
Posted by: Tina in Political Cartoons February 28, 2019 And “Lying Rat” Finishes Out Of The Money Yesterday Michael Cohen admitted he was coached by notorious Trump-hater Adam “Shifty” Schiff for his hearing in front of Congress. The Democrats held this show hearing while our President was in North Korea negotiating for nuclear disarmament.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said Sunday that House Democrats will issue subpoenas and go to court, if necessary, to obtain special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the Russia investigation. “We will obviously subpoena the report. We will bring Bob Mueller in to testify before Congress. We will take it to court if necessary,”
They don’t come any shiftier than Adam Schiff. We now know he conducted a secret meeting with Glenn Simpson, the founder of Fusion GPS, a D.C. research and intelligence firm. That’s the same outfit hired by Hillary Clinton and the DNC to dig up dirt on Donald Trump. They couldn’t find much so they hired
House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff defended himself on Tuesday against Donald Trump Jr.’s accusation of leaking by stating that he didn’t “leak” testimony, but rather he exposed it. “It’s not a leak, it is his exposure of his non-cooperation and stonewalling of our committee,” Schiff responded when CNN’s Wolf Blitzer confronted him about
Pity the poor Democrats, all decked out for a party in Brussels, but their plans vaporize when President Trump yanks the plane out from under them, and all because of the government shutdown and the Democrats’ refusal to negotiate with Trump about his area of special concentration: a protective wall along our southern border.
Nancy Pelosi continues to refuse money for Trump’s border wall. She claims it would be ineffective and immoral, even though she enjoys a wall around her mansion as well as the walls of Congress. What’s really immoral is someone who has enriched herself through government. Her net worth is now around $120 million. Her
California Rep. Adam Schiff said Sunday that he is prepared to subpoena a report from the special counsel’s Russia investigation should the White House try to block its release. “At the end of the day, this is just — this case is just too important to keep from the American people what it’s really about,” Schiff
President Donald Trump faces the “real prospect of jail time” after he is no longer in the White House, Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff (Calif.) said Sunday on “Face the Nation.” Why did he say that? “My takeaway is there’s a very real prospect that on the day Donald Trump leaves office, the Justice Department may
by Henry Rodgers As Democrats are set to take back control of the House, the party is expected to open several dozen investigations into President Donald Trump and his administration. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) Incoming House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff told “Axios on HBO” that every committee will focus on investigating the Trump administration, and
by Chuck Ross South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy said Sunday that, after 18 months of congressional investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian government, he has yet to see a “scintilla” of evidence showing that there was coordination between the two sides. The Republican also said it is unlikely that
by Pam Key15 Apr 20180 15 Apr, 201815 Apr, 2018 Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) said it was “simply not true” that there had been no evidence the 2106 presidential campaign for Donald Trump colluded with Russia. Partial transcript as follows: STEPHANOPOULOS you heard Sarah Sanders say there’s been absolutely no evidence
by Amber Randall Democratic California Rep. Adam Schiff said the firing of former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe on Friday could have been justified. Schiff, while on ABC News’ “The Week” on Sunday, explained that while there could be justifiable reasons for the administration firing McCabe, the action could also be “tainted.” WATCH:
by Chuck Ross Democrats on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence say they want to interview more than 30 witnesses and issue 15 subpoenas before shutting down the panel’s Russia investigation. The wish list was issued Tuesday in a 21-page status report in response to committee Republicans’ announcement on Monday that they are shutting