Last Friday, the second day of public testimony in the House impeachment inquiry, a ranking Republican questioned the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine.
Republican Devin Nunes questioned why Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine appointed by President Obama, was even being called to testify.
“I don’t really have that many questions for you,” Nunes told the former ambassador. “You admitted in your opening statement that you don’t have any firsthand knowledge of the issues that we’re looking into.”
I’m not exactly sure what the ambassador is doing here today. This is the House Intelligence Committee, which has now turned into the House Impeachment Committee.
This seems more appropriate for the subcommittee on Human Resources at the Foreign Affairs Committee if there are issues with employment and the administration… instead of an impeachment hearing where the ambassador is not a material fact witness.
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