House Democrats seek clarity on impeachment investigation messaging through panel vote
Added 09-10-19 12:22:07pm EST - “Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee are hoping this week's vote on their impeachment investigation will help ease the confusion within their ranks.” - Washingtontimes.com
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Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee are hoping this week’s vote on their impeachment investigation will help ease the confusion within their ranks.
Reps. Pramila Jayapal of Washington state and David Cicilline of Rhode Island both acknowledged Tuesday that fellow Democrats were unsure on how to characterize the Judiciary Committee’s work.
“I’m hoping part of the effect of Thursday is to make it very clear what the chairman has been saying for a number of weeks now,” Mr. Cicilline told reporters. “We will be acknowledging for the first time through a vote that we are actively engaged in a proceeding to reach a determination.”
There appeared to be mixed messaging from leadership after the Judiciary Committee announced the new rules for its investigation.
Chairman Jerrold Nadler has repeatedly said his committee is currently conducting a formal impeachment investigation, telling NBC reporters that the probe is getting more serious.
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