White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said she didn’t want to explain what the White House strategy will be after the House of Representatives voted to formalize the impeachment procedures today.
“To be honest with you,” Grisham told Fox News, “now that we are in phase two of the impeachment inquiry, I don’t think we want to get into strategy, of what the legal strategy will be going forward until we learn kind of what the ground rules are. The Dems have been really good at continuously moving the goal post on that. So I don’t want to get into any of our strategy just yet.”
Grisham continued to attack what she called the “sham” proceedings.
“It was never due process for the President of United States,” she said. “In a court of law, you are innocent until proven guilty. Here, we are clearly guilty and have to prove our innocence. Which is not a problem, because we released a transcript showing the president did nothing wrong.”
Remember: The White House has still not hired any communications professionals to spearhead its response to the impeachment investigation, nor have they brought on any new lawyers to front the legal strategy.
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