Numerous anonymous tipsters are reaching out to Democrat-led House Oversight Committee to report alleged misdeeds.
In the House Oversight Committee Hearing today, Rep. Ocasio-Cortez spent her time railing against the number of people Kushner endangered with his use of WhatsApp.
"Based on reporting as of last night, only 50% of the individuals and entities on that list of 81 are actually cooperating in some form," Heidi Przybyla reported.
Doing their job as a co-equal branch of government.
Trump has used personal threats against individuals for decades. The Cohen/Trump tapes should be released so the public can hear Trump's intent to harm people.
Chris Wallace does a reasonably good job of hitting the bullet points of Michael Cohen's testimony but he concedes there is smoke. And of course, where smoke is, there's fire.
The House Oversight Committee has a list of things they will be looking into about Trump. It's not Trump-Russia, it's his financials, AND they'll have televised hearings with Michael Cohen on the 27th.
Hoo boy here it comes. The House Oversight Committee will not be investigating Trump Russia or any of that classified foreign influence material. They're going straight for Trump's financial records AND they'll have Michael Cohen in live televised testimony on Feb 28.
Michael Cohen, Trump's personal "fixer", is set to voluntarily testify publicly in front of Congress on February 7th. He may drop some bombshells.
At Peter Strzok's hearing, Rep. Gerry Connolly reminded observers that Republicans were just as strident in their criticism of Trump.