BREAKING: Chairman @RepEliotEngel demands documents from the Department of State connected to recently revealed records suggesting surveilling and threats to the security of Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch before she was recalled from the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine. pic.twitter.com/pR9gKZDlWq
— House Foreign Affairs Committee (@HouseForeign) January 15, 2020
House Dems are set to demand that the State Department account for Yovanovitch's safety during her stalking, in light of explosive Lev Parnas documents, aide tells me.
Pompeo's stonewalling suddenly looks much worse.
That and more in my new piece:https://t.co/kVHtmxSqo8
— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) January 15, 2020
Former ambassadors and security experts @nahaltoosi and I spoke to agreed: A threat to a US ambassador coming from a U.S. citizen would probably be 1) more challenging to spot from a CI perspective and 2) harder to investigate from a legal perspective. https://t.co/f9j3uW8HoY
— Natasha Bertrand (@NatashaBertrand) January 15, 2020
— Nahal Toosi (@nahaltoosi) January 15, 2020