PERMANENT SELECT COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE,
joint with the
COMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT AND REFORM
COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS,
U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
DEPOSITION OF: DAVID A. HOLMES
Fniday, Novemben 15, 2Ot9
The deposition in the above matter was held in Room HVC-304,
Capitol Visiton Centen, commencing at 4:L2 p.n.
Pnesent: Repnesentatives Schiff, Canson, Speien, Quigley,
Swalwell, Castno, Heck, Welch, Sean Patnick Maloney of New Yonk,
Demings, Tunnen, Wenstrup, Stewart, Stefanik, Ratcliffe, and londan.
AIso Present: Representatives Canolyn B. Maloney of New Yonk,
Lieu, Conno1ly, Raskin, Wassenman Schultz, Meadows, Ze1din, and Roy.
Fon the PERMANENT SELECT COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE:
FoT thE COMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT AND REFORM:
Fon thc COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS:
Fon DAVID A. HOLMES:
PAUL ]. NATHANSON
DAVIS POLK & WARDWELL LLP
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THE CHAIRMAN: A11 night. The committee will come to onden.
As we ane getting a late stant -- and I thank you, Mn. Holmes,
fon being hene, and thank you for being patient with us as we were
concluding anothen heaning -- with my colleagues' penmission, I am
going to just submit my opening statement fon the necond so that we
can move quickly to the deposition. I know people have planes and othen
things they'd like to catch.
I would encounage the minonity, if you have any opening statement,
to submit it fon the necord.
MR. JORDAN: I'm fine with that. One question.
THE CHAIRMAN: YCAh.
MR. IORDAN: When might we get those foun tnanscnipts, and can
we have them befone the next heaning? I think Mn. Vindman, Colonel
Vindman, is scheduled for Tuesday. The foun that haven't been
THE CHAIRMAN: I wilI double check with my staff, but I am hopeful
that they will all be out by then.
MR. JORDAN: Okay.
THE CHAIRMAN: At least the ones we've done so fan.
MR. IORDAN: I undenstand Mn. Holmes, we would like, obviously,
his done as quickly as possible, we centainly wan