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Letter from Nadler to Cipollone re: Formal Transmittal of the House Intelligence Committee's Impeachment Inquiry Report and Additional Transmittals Received from Investigative Committees Whistleblower Complaint on Ukraine (Kelly Smith, comp.) [1] (12/8/2019)

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                                            December  8, 2019

        Pat A. Cipollone
        Counsel to the President
        The White House
        1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
        Washington, DC  20500

        Dear Mr. Cipollone:
               Pursuant to the Impeachment Procedures in the Committee on the Judiciary adopted
        under H. Res. 660 and previously provided to you I am furnishing you copies of reports, records,
        and other materials committees having custody of records or other materials relating to whether
        sufficient grounds exist to impeach President Trump have transmitted to the House Judiciary
        Committee  pursuant to H. Res. 660. In this regard, attached to this letter you will find certain
        transmittals we received from (i) the House Foreign Affairs Committee, (ii) the House Budget
        Committee, and (iii) the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, in consultation with
        the Chairs of the Committees on Oversight and Reform and Foreign Affairs.
               A limited number of the materials in (iii) contain sensitive materials, such as personally
        identifiable information. After consulting with Ranking Member Collins, I determined that the
        sensitive material should be deemed to be held in executive session pursuant to a Resolution for
        Investigatory Procedures approved by the House Judiciary Committee on September 12, 2019.
        (This Resolution governs the manner by which designated information and other materials may
        be both retained and released from executive session.) As a result, this portion of the materials
        in (iii) is being furnished to you for review in our Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility
        (SCIF) at a mutually convenient time. Copies of the remainder of (iii) are enclosed with this
               Please feel free to contact my staff should you have any questions regarding this matter.


                                            e4rrold  Nadler

cc: The Honorable Doug  Collins, Ranking Member

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