Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) has become one of President Trump’s most vocal defenders. An exasperated Meadows happened to be walking past NBC News reporter Leigh Ann Caldwell, who tried to get Rep. Mark Meadows to speak to her, during her broadcast related to the Democrat Party’s the impeachment hoax.
Rep. Meadows could be seen hurriedly walking past the MSNBC broadcast until he heard Caldwell tell her viewers, that “Republicans are really struggling to defend the President—”
Rep. Meadows suddenly interrupted her broadcast, setting the record straight with her viewers, “The Republicans are not struggling on anything,” Meadow said, as he looked into the camera to clarify, “So, the Republicans are not struggling on anything.”
— Kyle Drennen (@kjdrennen) November 6, 2019
Townhall reports – Caldwell then took the opportunity to ask a few follow-up questions. She wanted to know, for instance, how Meadows and his Republican colleagues can continue to defend President Trump when “only one” witness so far in the impeachment inquiry has said there was no quid pro quo in his phone call with Ukrainian President Zelensky. Meadows corrected her to note there was more than one witness to reject the quid pro quo narrative, starting with the former envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker. Interestingly, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) noted today, that’s the one testimony the Democrats have been reluctant to release.
Congressman Meadows tweeted an image of a portion of the testimony by Ambassador Gordon Sondland. Meadow’s explanation completely blows up the Democrat Party’s false narrative.
Seeing many overblown (and outright false) reports about Ambassador Sondland's testimony. Here's what he actually said.
1. I did not (and still don't) know why aid was held up
2. I "PRESUMED" it was because of corruption
3. I told Yermak my assumption
See paragraph 4 here: pic.twitter.com/STZ2vtrVsv
— Mark Meadows (@RepMarkMeadows) November 5, 2019
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