Q: And since that is really U.S. policy to further the rule of law and to discourage political investigations, having the President of the United States effectively ask for a political investigation of his opponent would run directly contrary to all of the anticorruption efforts that we were making. Is that a fair statement?
A: I would say that request does not align with what has been our policy towards Ukraine and many other countries, yes….
A: I believe it is a matter of U.S. policy and practice, particularly since I have worked in the area of promoting the rule of law, that politically related prosecutions are not the way of promoting the rule of law, they undermine the rule of law.
Q: But is that written as a policy somewhere or is that just standard practice?
A: I have never been in a position or a meeting where I’ve heard somebody suggest that politically motivated prosecutions are in the U.S. national interest.
Yet another Trump sycophant from Missouri weighs in on behalf of Vladimir Putin’s puppet:
Senator Denny Hoskins, CPA @DLHoskins
These hearings appear to be an impeachment looking for a problem. I support our President. #SchiffShow
2:05 PM · Nov 15, 2019
Yeah, sure. Heh.