why did schiff not allow white house lawyer

by Gregory Rogahn 10 min read

What does Adam Schiff’s endorsement of Igor Danchenko mean?

Nov 13, 2021 · Rep. Adam Schiff, a onetime cheerleader for Christopher Steele’s dossier, endorsed special counsel John Durham’s prosecution of dossier source Igor Danchenko, a dramatic reversal after ...

What did Schiff say about Trump’s investigation?

Jan 25, 2020 · Deputy White House counsel Patrick Philbin argued Saturday that Democrats never allowed an inquiry into or testimony from the whistleblower who filed a formal complaint about Trump’s alleged ...

Why did Schiff send Horowitz a letter requesting an investigation?

Nov 10, 2019 · 'Corrupt politician Adam Schiff wants people from the White House to testify in his and Pelosi's disgraceful Witch Hunt, yet he will not allow a …

What did Schiff say about Durham’s inquiry?

Schiff did not allow cross examination, defense witnesses or allow other due process. Of course he is not going to allow the IG report. His team colluded with the whisteblower. He has been trying to impeach the President since 2016. He even admitted to the collusion! The whole impeachment has been a sham cooked up in a basement for TV consumption.

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Who was Trump's White House lawyer?

Pasquale Anthony "Pat" Cipollone (born May 6, 1966) is an American attorney who served as White House Counsel for President Donald Trump....Pat CipolloneIn office December 10, 2018 – January 20, 2021PresidentDonald TrumpPreceded byEmmet Flood (acting)Succeeded byDana Remus11 more rows

Who is the lawyer for the White House?

White House CounselIncumbent Dana Remus since January 20, 2021Formation1943First holderSamuel Rosenman

Who was behind Trump's impeachment?

Impeachment inquiry against Donald TrumpAccusedDonald Trump, 45th President of the United StatesProponentsNancy Pelosi (Speaker of the House of Representatives) Adam Schiff (Chair of the House Intelligence Committee) Jerry Nadler (Chair of the House Judiciary Committee)16 more rows

What was the ruling on Trump's second impeachment?

At the conclusion of the trial, the Senate voted 57–43 to convict Trump of inciting insurrection, falling 10 votes short of the two-thirds majority required by the Constitution, and Trump was therefore acquitted.

What is the President's legal advisor called?

The Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) is an office in the United States Department of Justice that assists the Attorney General's position as legal adviser to the President and all executive branch agencies.

What does counselor to the president mean?

Counselor to the President is a title used by high-ranking political advisors to the president of the United States and senior members of the White House Office. The current officeholders are Steve Ricchetti and Jeffrey Zients.