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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff expressed confidence in Democrats' ongoing impeachment inquiry and efforts to obtain records and testimony from the Trump administration in court, while defending their inquiry from Republican criticism.
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Pelosi defended their timeline, without providing any new updates on Tuesday, and dismissed questions about Republican calls for a formal floor vote.
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"I'm not concerned about anything," she said. Republicans "can't defend the president so they're going to process."
"We're not here to call bluffs. We're here to find the truth," Speaker Nancy Pelosi says when asked about the decision not to hold an impeachment inquiry vote for now.
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Schiff warned the administration and witnesses to comply with Democrats' subpoenas.
"The evidence of obstruction of Congress continues to mount," he said. "We are nonetheless continuing to get good and important information from witnesses."
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"The evidence of obstruction of Congress continues to mount," Rep. Adam Schiff says.
Schiff argued that...
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