Surprising pretty much no one, the White House isn't participating in upcoming House impeachment hearings.
The clock is ticking down to the final hours for a White House decision of whether to participate in the next steps on impeachment, as the House Judiciary prepares to take up impeachment articles after imposing a Friday afternoon deadline.
"House Democrats have wasted enough of America's time with this charade", Cipollone's letter said.
"We don't see any reason to participate because the process is unfair", said a senior administration official, speaking on condition of anonymity.
'We're still waiting until 5 o'clock tomorrow to hear from the president, whether he wants to present to the committee, and if he wants to, it will be done - I presume - next week.
House Democrats are looking into whether Trump abused his office by pressuring Ukraine into launching investigations that could benefit him politically.
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An anonymous whistleblower complained to Congress in September about a July phone call by Mr Trump to the president of Ukraine, in which Mr Trump appeared to tie United States military assistance to Ukraine launching investigations which could help him politically.
Get it on: Donald Trump demanded a rapid impeachment so he can have a trial in the Senate.
A Senate vote requires a two-thirds majority to convict and remove the president - unlikely in this case, given that Mr Trump's party controls the chamber. Senate Republicans have given little indication they would support Trump's removal.
Democrats point out that the rules for the current proceedings mostly mirror those used in past impeachments and say expeditious action is important because Trump's alleged efforts to undermine the 2020 election are ongoing. The articles of impeachment could include abuse of power, bribery, obstruction of Congress and obstruction of justice. Trump is accused of pressuring Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to open investigations into Biden and his son, and also into a widely-dismissed theory that Ukraine helped Democrats in the 2016 election. Trump has accused the Bidens of corruption. Hunter Biden joined the board of a Ukrainian energy company when his father was President Obama's deputy.
On Wednesday, three constitutional law experts called by Democratic lawmakers told the committee that Trump had committed impeachable offenses. They have denied wrongdoing and the allegations have not been substantiated.
THE WHITE HOUSE has torn into the House's impeachment inquiry as "completely baseless" and a "reckless abuse of power".