Trump Derangement Syndrome-afflicted Democrats are having a hard time keeping all of their enemies straight.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler reportedly referred to former White House Communications Director Hope Hicks as “Ms. Lewandowski,” apparently referring to Corey Lewandowski, a former Trump campaign aide who never served in the White House.
The American Mirror Reports:
Nadler repeatedly calls Hope Hicks “Ms. Lewandowski” until she finally corrects him. “My name is Ms. Hicks”: pic.twitter.com/oMAkqfNFNw
— Abby D. Phillip (@abbydphillip) June 20, 2019
“Ms. Lewandowski, I think, in reading this–,” Nadler said, according to a transcript tweeted by the CNN’s Abby Phillip.
“My name is Ms. Hicks,” she responded.
Phillip says Nadler “repeatedly” called her by the same name, and acknowledged he was “preoccupied”.
Democrats were upset when “Ms. Lewandowski” refused to answer their questions.
The Wall Street Journal reports:
Making a sweeping claim of total immunity from congressional demands, White House lawyers accompanied former Trump aide Hope Hicks to a closed-door interview on Capitol Hill Wednesday and instructed her not to answer any questions about her time working for President Trump.
The assertion by the administration that close aides of the president aren’t required to answer any questions from Congress was the latest strike in a long series of skirmishes between the Democratic-run House of Representatives and the Trump administration—and may well result in yet another court battle over the testimony of a confidant of Mr. Trump.
One lawmaker emerging from the interview with Ms. Hicks said that she refused to answer even basic logistical questions—such as where her office was located in the West Wing.
“Our frustration is mounting in the face of the administration’s efforts to stonewall Congress at every turn. It’s a plain unacceptable situation. They’re doing everything they can to keep the truth from coming out to the American people,” said Rep. Jamie Raskin, according to the paper.
From The American Mirror