Utah Rep. Curtis questions timing of impeachment inquiry vote
SALT LAKE CITY, UT — Utah Rep. John Curtis says he may not have the time to efficiently and effectively review transcripts of committee hearings before an impeachment inquiry vote which is expected to take place this week.
In a video announcement (seen below) Rep. Curtis explains that he was informed by his staff, not through typical channels, that an impeachment inquiry vote will take place on Thursday, three days from now.
Curtis is a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and says he has other committee assignments as well. In the letter, he asks House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff how he can be fully prepared by Thursday.
The letter he sent to Rep. Schiff is included at the end of this report.
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