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Chuck Schumer Writes Letter To Mitch McConnell

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Chuck Schumer Writes Letter To Mitch McConnell

Chuck Schumer Writes Letter To Mitch McConnell

Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer outlined a plan for how he wants Republicans to investigate a whistleblower complaint.

According to CNN, Schumer sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

He said he wants them to “take immediate action to stop President Trump from withholding” the complaint.

He said the law requires the complaint to be transmitted to Congress.


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