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Have you decided that the impeachment inquiry is going to be narrowed in focus specifically to Ukraine and what the committees are directed to focus on this is the focus of the moment because this is the charge all of the other work that relates to abusive power ignoring subpoenas of government of Congress abuse use a contempt of Congress by him. Those things will be considered later house speaker. Nancy Pelosi wants to focus the impeachment inquiry on the allegation that trump tried to get Ukraine to dig up dirt on his political rival. Something Democrats have called a shakedown but after trump appeared to call for the debts of the whistleblowers sources in the White House meeting members of his own administration could witness intimidation also be on the table as an article of impeachment joining me now is Congresswoman Anna Presley Presley of Massachusetts who is a member of the House oversight and Reform Committee. Thank you for being here always great to talk to you. Thank you joy. Let me play for you this moment at a the UN related lunch. I BELIEVE WE'RE DONALD TRUMP makes a lot of people are considering pretty grim. Threat listen person the game the whistle love the game that was so blow of the information by you know what we used to the old smart spies entries food so we now know congresswoman that the chairman of the foreign affairs there's intelligence and cartilage cummings. WHO's the chairman of the one of the committees that you sit on the oversight committee? They've called those comments. Reprehensible witness intimidation an attempt to obstruct instruct Congress's impeachment inquiry in your mind. Should those be added as articles of impeachment should Donald Trump be impeached by the house. It's just another demonstration of the flagrant power of abuse the the fact that the occupant of this White House considers himself to be above the law as to where this will take us. We are early in this full impeachment inquiry process. I serve on two out of the six committees mid-east that are a part of this full impeachment inquiry of Investigations and we'll see where it takes us you know I've been supportive of an impeachment inquiry percents April both because I believe this administration loss moral authority along time ago but also because of the Mullahs report although that report did not ultimately will get us to impeachment did result in the indictment and sentencing of many around Donald Trump so I think it's evidenced both of the pervasive basic corruption throughout this administration not only led by Donald Trump but perpetuated by all those in close proximity to him including Houdini Giuliani and attorney general bar and you know we now know that and I think the polls are not the most important thing but we know that there is greater movement among the public toward support for the idea of an impeachment inquiry which I'm assuming emboldens House Democrats more but do you think that it's enough to limit any impeachment inquiry to this particular incident involving Ukraine as you said you sit on two committees there investigating other things a lot that Donald trump has done that people believe believed to be impeachable. Do you think it should be broad or do you think it should be narrow again. We're early in the same Korea. I do believe that this was an inflection point a tipping point for many we now have two hundred twenty plus Democrats. They're supportive of full impeachment inquiry and that is bigger than six investigative committees a bigger than our caucus talk is this is about the American people and I think that political will a from the American people is moved to this. We hear it at town. Halls and faith houses at grocery restores in so there are many bread crumbs here I mean when you look at just what comes out of his mouth directly and what is said in the light of day it gives us great pause about what is happening and under the cloak of night and again there was much that I believe of obstruction of justice was proved in the mullahs report foreign interference in our elections and so what we see now is consistent consistent. I mean as early as nineteen seventy-three. Donald Trump was taken to task on account by the Department of Justice for denying rental units to African Americans pickens when it comes to this administration when it comes to Donald trump and his policies the cruelty is the point and when it comes to this administration the corruption is the point under the Financial Services Committee. We're over currently reviewing documents obtained regarding his financial dealings specifically with Deutsche the bank. Here's someone again when it comes to behavior who has filed for bankruptcy repeatedly remember trump university I mean and but Deutsche Bank Bank we'll continue to to lend to