WASHINGTON D.C. (WTOK) - The public had its first opportunity to watch the impeachment inquiry hearings Wednesday.
The House Intelligence Committee heard testimonies of William Taylor, the acting ambassador to Ukraine and George Kent, the deputy assistant Secretary of State.
The Gray DC Bureau caught up with Mississippi Republican Congressman Michael Guest to hear his thoughts on the public proceedings.
“After watching most of the hearings yesterday, and after being previously part of the depositions, I’ve not seen anything that will change my mind about impeachment. I believe there has not yet been the case made that the President committed any sort of offense that would be impeachable,” Cong. Guest says.