Four White House officials won't testify in impeachment probe Monday
The impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump moves forward Monday even as the full House of Representatives is on a week-long break.
Four White House officials scheduled to appear before the House Oversight, Intelligence and Foreign Affairs committees, are not expected to show up, according to multiple media reports.
Two of the officials — John Eisenberg, the National Security Council’s lawyer, and his deputy, Michael Ellis — fielded concerns from other officials about U.S. policy with Ukraine and are said to have knowledge of Trump's phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
The others include Robert Blair, a senior adviser to Trump's acting chief of staff, and Brian McCormack, an official at the Office of Management and Budget.
4th November 2019