On Episode 31 of War Room: Impeachment, Raheem Kassam debunks the Democrat’s narrative that President Trump engaged in witness intimidation by tweeting during former US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch’s public testimony. 

Kassam asks: “How do you intimidate a witness if the witness isn’t going to see the tweet unless Adam Schiff reads the tweet to her?”

Kassam continues: “There wasn’t anything not factual about what the president said. They were statements of fact, perhaps slightly opinionated that she made “everywhere she went worse,” but that’s not telling her to shut up, it’s not a threat, it’s not intimidation by any stretch of the imagination, and the other thing about this is I don’t blame the president for standing up for himself.”

Co-host Jason Miller adds: “It was a great strategic move by Schiff to do this. How do you get a headline saying “witness intimidation”? You say witness intimidation 30 times in a 30 minute block. That’s how you get that headline. You start throwing out allegations and the allegations end up on CNN, Washington Post, The New York Times, over and over. They’re basically writing their own headlines when they do that.”