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The White House counsel said Democrats "designed and implemented your inquiry in a manner that violates fundamental fairness"The White House counsel said Democrats "designed and implemented your inquiry in a manner that violates fundamental fairness"

Impeachment inquiry latest: White House won't cooperate with impeachment inquiry — live updates - CBS News

Nancy Pelosi wants to move "expeditiously" on the impeachment inquiry of Donald Trump focusing on Ukraine. The first subpoena was issued Friday.Nancy Pelosi wants to move "expeditiously" on the impeachment inquiry of Donald Trump focusing on Ukraine. The first subpoena was issued Friday.

Nancy Pelosi's impeachment inquiry of Trump ramps up: What's the plan?

Most recently, the full House voted to open impeachment inquiries against Presidents Bill Clinton and Richard Nixon — and in so doing set clear rules that gave presidential defenders full rights to participate, including the right to subpoena witnesses.Speaker Nancy Pelosi has a clear duty to call an immediate House vote to authorize an official impeachment inquiry — if she dares. The White House informed her today that the Executive Branch

Why can’t Dems treat Trump as fairly as Republicans did Bill Clinton?

“The White House is fighting back against the Dems’ disgraceful impeachment inquiry. Tune into #Hannity NOW for our full analysis and reaction! https://t.co/1RmEqaSDsR”

Sean Hannity on Twitter: "The White House is fighting back against the Dems’ disgraceful impeachment inquiry. Tune into #Hannity NOW for our full analysis and reaction! https://t.co/1RmEqaSDsR"

“I read that the White House claims that the impeachment process is an attempt to overturn the result of the 2016 election I think the White House is attempting to overturn the result of the 2018 election”

John Cleese on Twitter: "I read that the White House claims that the impeachment process is an attempt to overturn the result of the 2016 election I think the White House is attempting to overturn the result of the 2018 election"

“Shorter White House: The President cannot be indicted in office. The constitutional remedy is impeachment. Also there shall be no impeachments.”

Josh Marshall on Twitter: "Shorter White House: The President cannot be indicted in office. The constitutional remedy is impeachment. Also there shall be no impeachments."

“It’s as though the White House is unfamiliar with the difference between impeachment in the House and trial in the Senate. It’s also as though the White House is unfamiliar with the Constitution generally.”

Justin Amash on Twitter: "It’s as though the White House is unfamiliar with the difference between impeachment in the House and trial in the Senate. It’s also as though the White House is unfamiliar with the Constitution generally."

In a letter to House Democrats, White House counsel Pat Cipollone calls the impeachment inquiry “constitutionally invalid” and indicates the White House won’t cooperate with it.In a letter to House Democrats, White House counsel Pat Cipollone calls the impeachment inquiry “constitutionally invalid” and indicates the White House won’t cooperate with it.

White House tells Democrats it won't cooperate with impeachment inquiry

A full vote by the House to support the ongoing impeachment inquiry could end up creating more roadblocks for Congress.

A Formal Vote to Authorize Impeachment Won't Fix White House Obstruction — And Could Create More Roadblocks

An aide to President Donald Trump said Democrats were making it harder to achieve the goal in a drug pricing bill while being “distracted” by impeachment.

Trump aide calls drug price deal possible if impeachment fades