House Democrats subpoenaed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday afternoon for documents related Donald…
- House Intel Chairman Adam Schiff had said subpoenas will be going to individuals cited in a whistle-blower complaint against Donald Trump
- Schiff said he and other committee chairs would compel depositions and testimony, if necessary, and hearings will begin next week
- He’s working with Rep. Eliot Engel, chairman of the Foreign Affairs committee, Rep. Elijah Cummings, chairman of the Oversight committee
- They subpoenaed Mike Pompeo for documents on Friday and summoned five other current and former State Department officials for testimony
- House is in recess next week but the committees are charging ahead with their investigations into Trump and the whistle-blower complaint
- Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani signaled Friday that he could be summoned next
Rep. Eliot Engel, chairman of the Foreign Affairs committee, Rep. Elijah Cummings, chairman of the Oversight committee, and Rep. Adam Schiff, chairman of the Intelligence committee, gave him until Oct. 4 to comply in new letter.
‘Your failure or refusal to comply with the subpoena shall constitute evidence of obstruction of the House’s impeachment inquiry,’ the chairmen wrote.
They are also seeking testimony from the whistle-blower who revealed the content of the call and other current and former State Department officials referenced in the whistle-blower’s complaint for their probe and impeachment inquiry.
In a Friday summons they announced hearing dates for former Ukraine envoy Marie Yovanovitch, U.S. Special Representative to Ukraine Kurt Volker, Deputy Assistant Secretary of European and Eurasian affairs George Kent, Pompeo deputy Ulrich Brechbuhl and EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland in the next two weeks.