The lawmaker leading the impeachment inquiry into said Saturday that Democrats are "making rapid progress" in their investigation into the president's dealings with Ukraine.
“We’re trying to work expeditiously, but we’re also trying to be methodical in our work," Rep. (D-Calif.), chairman of the Intelligence Committee, told reporters in the Capitol. "I think we’re making rapid progress — and that’s our goal.”
Schiff's comments came after Schiff's committee had finished interviewing its latest witness in the quickly evolving impeachment investigation into Trump, which launched just over a month ago.
Philip Reeker, acting assistant secretary of European and Eurasian Affairs, testified for roughly eight hours about what he knew of the administration's campaign to press Ukrainian leaders to launch anti-corruption investigations into Trump's political rivals.
Schiff declined to comment on the substance of Reeker's testimony.