“It’s amazing we are in such lawlessness that Pompeo has to be hit with subpoenas to produce documents Congress is allowed to see,” journalist Kurt Eichenwald tweeted.
The lawmakers called Pompeo’s refusal to comply with the earlier request “troubling” considering that “it has become clear that multiple State Department officials had direct knowledge of the subject matters of the House’s impeachment inquiry.”
The Democratic chairmen also sent a separate letter to Pompeo informing the secretary of state that they’d scheduled depositions with five State Department officials to take place from October 2 to 10. The officials are Ambassador Marie “Masha” Yovanovitch, Ambassador Kurt Volker, Deputy Assistant Secretary George Kent, Counselor T. Ulrich Brechbuhl, and Ambassador Gordon Sondland.
Pompeo has until October 4 to produce the documents.
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