NBC News reports:
Former President Jimmy Carter on Tuesday accused President Donald Trump of stonewalling by preventing administration officials from testifying before the House impeachment inquiry.
“My advice to him would be to tell the truth, I think, for a change,” Carter told MSNBC. “And also to cut back on his Twitter feeds and give the House of Representatives and also the Senate, and I would say, the general public, the evidence that — that we need to form a case, either for or against him.”
Asked whether he thinks the impeachment inquiry is a good or a bad thing, Carter was noncommittal. “I think it still remains to be seen,” he said, and depends on what’s revealed in the impeachment inquiry. “I think we still need to ascertain the facts from a very thorough investigation,” he said.
#NEW: Former Pres. Jimmy Carter offers advice to Pres. Trump amid the impeachment inquiry:
“Tell the truth, I think for a change. Also, cut back on his Twitter feeds.”
He also suggests handing over all evidence so the investigation can move forward.
— Chloe Salsameda (@ChloeSalsameda) October 9, 2019
(Tipped by JMG reader Mike)