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MSgt David Hoffman
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I don't like it. Were I accused of a crime, I would want to see my accuser face to face. How much involvement in preparing a written answer to a written question will there be. I consider this individual to be one of three things: a tool, a liar, or a coward.
On a personal note, I will be facing attorneys and answering questions under oath (Not by mail) in a suit in which I am involved, on the 19th of this month.
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MSgt David Hoffman So, if answering questions in writing, instead of in person, makes someone a "tool, liar, or coward," which of these three things is POTUS (who would only answer the Mueller investigation questions in writing, after a review by his lawyers)?
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But you are talking about rights and the Democrats don't believe in rights, they believe in their agenda, and hell or high water they will drag this out as long as possible or they beat him in 2020, which ever outcome comes first.
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Also, this is the questioning phase. Trump hasn't been accused or indicted. Until you are indicted, you should have no expectation of confronting your accuser. Like, if you were a suspect in a crime and the police were interviewing a witness, you wouldn't be in the room. That happens at trial.
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SSG (Join to see) - I hate when either side thinks their side alone has the grasp on reality or rights or whatever. At the end of the day, I think the majority of both sides want whats best for the country. I think they all believe in rights.

I think the Dems think that POTUS is an affront to American values and I think most Republicans think he's making good moves economically, but, I think they also see that he's like a boy-king who has to be manipulated and coerced into doing the right thing in many instances.
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CPL Gary Pifer
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The LTC is the real whistleblower.
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SSG Robert Mark Odom
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He said that he wasn't when he was first asked.
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SFC John Wade
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I always thought people were required to testify in person. It's to easy to lie on paper. This person to be considered a reliqr witness needs to be questioned in person and in public view.
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SFC John Wade
SFC John Wade
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MAJ (Join to see) No suspect is required to testify
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SFC John Wade - No one is required to testify in person. You said it's easy to lie on paper. I agree.

Also, POTUS was never a "suspect" - according to the report.
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SFC John Wade
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MAJ (Join to see) If Democrats want this to be creditable the so called whistleblower will have to testify in person. With out that Democrats stand no chance at legitimacy.
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SFC John Wade - I imagine that once the process is far enough along that threats and attack from POTUS twitter don't matter, then the whistleblower will be available for in-person testimony. Until then, knowing who it is would only cause a mudstorm that buries any reality of the situation.
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