Adam Schiff truly believes he will take down President Trump.
But his entire impeachment scheme is nothing more than a sham.
And Trump just sent Schiff into a fit of rage by embarrassing him on national TV.
Democrats think they finally have their smoking gun to take down President Trump following testimony from Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland.
The Washington Post claims his testimony is the “most damaging yet for Trump” in Schiff’s entire impeachment inquiry.
Sondland claims that there was a quid pro quo on Trump’s call with Ukraine’s President, additionally implicating Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Following the hearings, media was waiting outside of the White House for comment from President Trump.
Without answering any questions, he chose to read direct quotes from Sondland where he admitted that there was no quid pro quo.
“Ready, do you have the cameras rolling?” the President asked reporters before the reenactment.
“I want nothing. That’s what I want from Ukraine,” Trump read sharply, his voice booming over the press gaggle. “I want no quid pro quo, tell Zelensky to do the right thing.”
He then insisted that Sondland’s testimony “means it’s all over” for Democrats in their impeachment hoax because he had stated that Trump made it clear that military aid was not contingent on investigations.
Trump also blasted Sondland for claiming that he was angry on the call with Ukraine, which their government has already described as a “nice call,” stating that he’s “always in a good mood.”
Trump’s comments destroy everything Sondland said, and prove him to be a liar.
And much of what Sondland is claiming is based on speculation on his part in situations he had little involvement in.
Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani was involved intimately with discussions with Ukrainian officials during the time of the now-infamous call between Trump and Ukraine’s President.
Giuliani took to Twitter to blast Sondland, stating that he was involved in negotiations with Ukraine at the request of Former U.S. Special Representative for Ukraine Kurt Volker.
“I came into this at Volker’s request,” Giuliani said. “Sondland is speculating based on VERY little contact. I never met him and had very few calls with him, mostly with Volker.”
Volker has already dismissed the allegations against Trump following a question from Rep. Devin Nunes.
Nunes asked him, “Did anyone ever ask you to bribe or extort anyone at any time during your time in the White House?”
Volker responded with a direct “no” response, with Former National Security Council aide Tim Morrison, who was on the call, agreeing.
Rep. Elise Stefanik got more direct with her question following Nunes, asking Morrison and Volker directly, “there was no quid pro quo, correct? No bribery? No extortion?”
Both Morrison and Volker agreed with her assessment.
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