Rep Adam Schiff spoke briefly to the press following a closed-door questioning of Kurt Volker, the former U.S. special envoy to Ukraine.
"I'm not going to make any comment on the [hearing] I wouldn't have anything to say [in public]," Schiff said. "I do want to say this though: Once again we have a President of the United States suggesting, urging a foreign country to interfere in our presidential election. t is an illustration that if this president has learned anything from the two years of the Mueller investigation it is that he feels he can do anything with impunity."
"A President of the United States encouraging a foreign nation to interfere again to help his campaign by investigating a rival is a fundamental breach of the President's oath of office," Schiff said. "It endangers our elections and our national security and it ought to be condemned by every member of this body -- Democrats and Republicans."