Trump denies tweets against Yovanovitch were witness intimidation

President Donald Trump discussed his tweets that were critical of Marie Yovanovitch.
3:04 | 11/15/19

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That you read it and you. Yet we you don't want to look at conspiracy. And are talking about transparency like transparency here and I'm the most transparent. President in history. And I'll tell you about what tampering is tampering as one guy like shifty shift doesn't let us have lawyers. Tampering is what shift doesn't let us have witnesses doesn't let us see I've been watching today for the first time I started watching. And it's really sad when you see. People not allowed to ask questions. It's totally nobody's ever had such horrible due process there was no due process. And I think it's I think it's considered at Joseph all of Washington and all over the world. The Republicans are given don't due process whatsoever. Would not allowed to do anything. It's a disgrace what's happening but you know what the American public understands it and that's what the poll numbers are so good and that's what other things so that. What they're doing in Washington. Without hearing and by the way it's a political process is not a legal process. So I have somebody saying I'm allowed to speak up if somebody says about me. Would have allowed to have any kind of representation. When that'll have to have almost anything. And nobody seemed anything in the history of our country. There has never been a disgrace like what's going on right now so you know what I want I have the right to speak I have freedom of speech justice of the people do. But they've taken away the Republicans rights. And I watched today as certain very talented people wanted to ask questions. And they weren't even ask questions Republicans they weren't as questions it differs. I'm coming after you I just one half day. Total I want freedom of speech that's a political process. The Republicans have been treated very badly and I watched a little bit of Internet wasn't able to yesterday because we had the president of Turkey here I wasn't able to watch much. I watch all of this morning I think it was a disgrace. Like we have great Republican representatives people elected by the people. And then that'll be asking questions and have to make a statement when that'll have witnesses would battle to have legal counsel White House counsel. It's a disgrace and it's an embarrassment to our nation. Go ahead this. Like I'm quiet. I don't think so they'll go ahead. Well I shouldn't be in fact I thought last night in and because last analysts and Louisiana where we can hopefully electrically. Republican governor. And I was getting off the plane and ended his statement that was just made by the foreign minister and president of the Ukraine. And Ukraine they came out loud and clear that there was no linkage whatsoever. Not even a little bit. And you so what you also I said well we'll that it it was impeached. And you people don't it is important.

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