Updated Nov 3, 2019

GOP Rep. Scalise denies Trump asked Ukraine to investigate political opponents

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Trump snipes at Republicans for not defending Ukraine call as "PERFECT"

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President Trump on Sunday tweeted that his Republican allies should not be "led into the fools trap" of calling his dealings with Ukraine inappropriate, but not impeachable.

"The call to the Ukrainian President was PERFECT. Read the Transcript! There was NOTHING said that was in any way wrong. Republicans, don’t be led into the fools trap of saying it was not perfect, but is not impeachable. No, it is much stronger than that. NOTHING WAS DONE WRONG!"
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House vs. Senate Republicans on impeachment

Trump enters "The Beast" in Alabama on Nov. 9. Photo: Reuters/Tom Brenner

Republicans are divided in their approach to defend President Trump in the impeachment inquiry, AP reports.

What's happening: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has privately advised his colleagues to say as little about impeachment as possible. Last month, he held a meeting on the Senate's trial rules of procedure. Meanwhile, House Republicans have taken a bolder stance.

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Rep. Steve Scalise calls White House officials "Schiff's witnesses"

House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) said on "Fox News Sunday" that the Trump administration officials who have expressed concerns about the president's phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky are House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff's witnesses and that there are other officials who have "countering views."

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