Adam Schiff To Launch New Investigation of Trump Admin, Gives April 16th Deadline For Documents

Adam Schiff can’t help himself and has launched headlong into a new investigation of President Trump and his administration’s personal moves.

Schiff is demanding information and answers on these three issues by April 16. Staff removals/departures at the senior level. Firing of ICIG Atkinson. Election security.

Grenell, the acting director of national intelligence.

In the letter, Schiff questions the firing of Michael Atkinson. Atkinson, in his position as inspector general, turned over a whistleblower complaint to Congress that led to impeachment hearings into Trump. Trump has railed against Atkinson, saying he “did a terrible job.

Adam Schiff can’t help himself and has launched headlong into a new investigation of President Trump and his administration’s personal moves.

Schiff is demanding information and answers on these three issues by April 16. Staff removals/departures at the senior level. Firing of ICIG Atkinson. Election security.

“I also look forward to your appearance before the Committee at the earliest practicable opportunity,” Schiff wrote to acting DNI Grenell informing him that the House Intel committee “will undertake additional oversight” of three issues related to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

From The Hill:

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, is warning his panel will “undertake additional oversight” of recent changes to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, including President Trump firing the inspector general of the intelligence community.

Schiff raised several issues related to management of the office in a letter sent Tuesday to Richard Grenell, the acting director of national intelligence.

In the letter, Schiff questions the firing of Michael Atkinson. Atkinson, in his position as inspector general, turned over a whistleblower complaint to Congress that led to impeachment hearings into Trump. Trump has railed against Atkinson, saying he “did a terrible job.

Atkinson on Sunday said he was fired because he “faithfully discharged my legal obligations as an independent and impartial Inspector General.”

Atkinson on Sunday said he was fired because he “faithfully discharged my legal obligations as an independent and impartial Inspector General.”

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