Pompeo denounces ‘harassment’

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Secretary of State-designate Mike Pompeo pauses while speaking during the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on confirmation last week on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Washington

The Trump administration complained on Saturday of harassment by Democratic lawmakers who issued subpoenas for documents regarding President Donald Trump’s alleged pressuring of Ukraine for political favours.
And in a key development, a potential second whistleblower was reportedly weighing whether to come forward.
The latest explosive turns in the impeachment investigation against Trump came as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused Democratic-led congressional committees leading the probe of having “harassed and abused” State Department employees by contacting them directly for documents rather than going through department lawyers. “That’s harassment,” Pompeo said during a visit to Athens, “and I’m never going to let that happen to my team”.

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