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Trump Administration Uses Previous Strategy With Mueller Report On Impeachment Inquiry

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Trump Administration Uses Previous Strategy With Mueller Report On Impeachment Inquiry

Trump Administration Uses Previous Strategy With Mueller Report On Impeachment Inquiry

The Trump administration is using a simple strategy against the impeachment inquiry: obstruct and obscure.

The same strategy was used after former special counsel Robert Mueller’s report in the Russia investigation.

After announcing the inquiry, Congress sent out subpoenas and requests for witness testimony.

According to Business Insider, they want more information on Trump’s conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

The White House responded by directing government official to not cooperate with the inquiry.

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