Oklahoma Democratic House Representative, Kendra Horn, says she does not support the impeachment inquiry against President Trump.
Horn says she supports an investigation into the whistle blower, but believes it can be done without an impeachment inquiry. Horn suggests an investigation that is bipartisan, thoughtful and not litigated by the press or social media.
Horn is 1 of 12 Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives who is against the inquiry.
As the impeachment inquiry continues, other government officials are heading to social media to vocalize their thoughts.
This morning, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, tweeted his concern with the House Democrats calls to remove several of his fellow state department employees as part of the impeachment inquiry.
He stated the committees request is an “attempt to intimidate, bully and treat improperly the distinguished professionals” from the state department.
President Trump also posted a photo on his social media of a county-by-county map of the 2016 election saying, “Try to impeach this”.
Furthermore, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky insisted today no one could pressure him to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son.
“I’d like to tell you I never feel pressure, I have lots of people who’d like to put pressure on me here and abroad,” says President Zelensky. “But I’m a president of independent Ukraine- and I’d like to think, and my actions suggest, no one can put pressure on me.”
The Ukrainian president also said he never met with President Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani. Giuliani, the former mayor of New York, was mentioned several times in the whistle blower’s complaint involving Trump’s contact with Ukraine.