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Key Takeaways From The Greitens Report

14 Avril 2018

Through his attorneys, Greitens said he would be willing to testify after the criminal trial.

Humphreys is an executive at TAMKO Building Products in Joplin. Humphreys alone gave Greitens $1.275 million.

Greitens, who has resisted calls to step down amid the scandal as he awaits trial next month, declined to participate or testify for the committee's report.

State Rep. Bruce Franks Jr.

The second-youngest governor in the nation, Greitens had clear political ambitions for higher office, taking the step to

With today's report, one component of the House investigation into the governor's alleged wrongdoing comes to a close.

"I started going through the documentation that was offered and honestly I couldn't get through it", she said. Jerry Brown agreed Wednesday to deploy 400 National Guard troops at President Donald Trump's request, but not all will head to the U.S. -Mexico border as Trump wants and none will enforce federal immigration enforcement. Jamilah Nasheed, D-St. Louis, said. She said she "instantly started bawling". Greitens says the truth will come out as that process moves forward.

During one, the woman said Greitens slapped her after she told him she had sex with her husband.

Richard on Thursday stopped short of calling on Greitens to resign. He also said he'll "continue to serve as governor" in the face of "fake charges".

On Wednesday, Missouri's state House committee released a report with testimony from the woman he had an affair with.

But after allegedly taking photos of her, the woman said Greitens threatened to release them if she talked about her relationship with him.

"We fully expect that the report being released tonight will include lies and falsehoods", Greitens said.

The Associated Press reported that the committee would not begin impeachment proceedings before May 18, when the regular legislative session ends.

The woman, known only as "K.S.", told the committee Greitens, a Republican, took a partially nude photo of her after tying her to exercise equipment and ripping off clothes that he had made her change into for what she initially thought would be a "sexy workout".

The woman told investigators that she felt fearful and told Greitens, "I don't want this", after which he then helped remove her from the tape and calm her down.

22 - Greitens becomes the first sitting governor of Missouri to be indicted; he faces a felony charge of invasion of privacy.

Humphreys' comments came after a top Senate Republican called for the governor to leave office and another Senate Republican declared the situation an "emergency" because Greitens has adamantly refused to resign.

The House committee report said it doesn't possess any physical or electronic evidence of the photo.

A fellow Republican, Hawley was elected to statewide office along with Greitens in November 2016, both men political neophytes who won big races.

Gov. Eric Greitens delivers the State of the State address on January 10.

That order did not, however, extend to legislators and the report they released on Wednesday. A legislative panel is considering whether to recommend impeachment.

Eric Greitens is accused of sexually assaulting a hair stylist in 2015, before he was a gubernatorial candidate, according to a report by the Missouri House of Representatives. Then, she said, he spit water into her mouth.

Congresswoman Ann Wagner says Greitens is unfit to lead. Then she said Greitens added: "I felt unhealthy, so I erased it". According to the report, the woman testified she began to cry and struggle with the bondage during the encounter, at which time Greitens freed her hands.

6 - The first House committee meeting is held; other ones will be at a Jefferson City police station to provide witnesses more privacy than they would have in the Capitol. He calls the Republican governor's conduct "impeachable" in his judgment.

Greitens is refusing calls to resign. Speaker of the House Todd Richardson, a Poplar Bluff Republican, said the committee "had no political agenda", and that it isn't "a witch hunt".

Key Takeaways From The Greitens Report