'Road map to impeachment': Dems cast wide net in bid to take down Trump | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

'Road map to impeachment': Dems cast wide net in bid to take down Trump

Congressional Democrats demanded Monday that the president let them interview the translators who were there for his unorthodox meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin, as Democrats expanded their election-season attempt to paint Mr. Trump as a criminal.

Chairmen of the House Oversight, Foreign Affairs and intelligence committees said that in addition to the translators, they want to talk with anyone who was briefed — orally or in writing — about Trump-Putin meetings, and they also demanded to see all documents stemming from the talks.

Their demands came just hours after Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler issued document requests to 81 people or entities in the Trump orbit, on everything from hirings and firings to pardons and presidential emoluments to negotiations with Russia before, during and after the election.

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