Devin Nunes Requests Adam Schiff Testify in the Impeachment Inquiry

The New York Times reported on October 2 that the “whistleblower” went to Schiff’s staff with his concerns about Trump’s phone call, and the “outlines” of those concerns were passed on to Schiff. The report said the “whistleblower” was instructed by staff to seek legal representation and file a whistleblower complaint with the intelligence community inspector general.

Schiff had initially denied that the “whistleblower” had ever spoken to him or his committee before he filed the complaint, and after the Times report, his staff was forced to walk back that assertion, saying that Schiff meant that he did not personally meet the “whistleblower” and that his staff did not officially interview the “whistleblower.”

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