The jig is up!
In a recent interview with the Washington Examiner, Sen. Ted Cruz surprised liberals when he suggested the idea of calling the anonymous Ukraine whistleblower to testify a good idea.
“I think calling the so-called whistleblower as a witness would be a perfectly reasonable step for the president’s defense team to take, and if the president wants to call the whistleblower, the Senate should allow him to do so,” Cruz said.
“Now, the Senate has to approve any subpoena, so they can’t be abusive in their requests, but I don’t think it’s our place to dictate to the president and the White House defense team which witnesses they should call, if any,” Cruz added. “I think that is a decision that should be made in the first instance by the president’s legal team.”
“I think there is widespread agreement among the [Republican] conference that if we were to go down the road of additional witnesses, both sides would be allowed to call witnesses,” Cruz stated. You can read the full details of this story here.