The audience on a special live broadcast of MSNBC's "All In with Chris Hayes", mocked President Trump Donald John TrumpTrump meets GOP opposition to investigate Hunter Biden Trump's 2016 team sounds alarms when Democrats makes a profit Whistleblower lawyer sends cease and desist to White House over Trump's attacks MORE 's "Read Transcript" T-shirts by wearing their own shirts that read, "Yes, read transcript!"
Audience members directly behind host Chris Hayes could be seen wearing the shirts on Friday, just days after the crowd directly behind Trump at a Kentucky rally was wearing the shirts.
Supporters at the Trump rally wear "Read the Transcript" t-shirts ̵1; which is what @POTUS repeatedly demands to make a case that there was no "quid pro quo" in his phone call with Ukraine's press Zelensky, the focus of the House impeachment investigation. pic.twitter.com/7FrYcFFh2b
– Mark Knoller (@markknoller) November 4, 2019
Trump on Monday traveled to Lexington, Ky., To campaign for Republican Gov. Matt Bevin. Bevin ended Tuesday's gubernatorial race a little more than 5,000 votes after Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear, but has refused to admit and calls for a resumption of the race.
Many quickly took to social media on Monday to point out to audience members wearing transcript T-shirts, which the Trump campaign recently began selling online.
Trump has repeatedly called on people to "read transcript," citing the White House's memorandum of July 25 telephone conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. The call is at the center of Parliament's inquiry into impeachment, which will hold its first public testimony next week.
The partial printout provided by the White House includes Trump urging Zelensky to work with his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani Rudy GiulianiTrump faces GOP opposition to investigation by Hunter Biden Mulvaney, sued by House Democrats. The best diplomat says that Giuliani's "campaign with lies" took down the veteran ambassador MER to investigate former vice president and 2020 hopeful  Joe Biden Joe BidenTrump meets GOP opposition to investigate Hunter Biden Whistleblower lawyer sends cease and desist to the White House over Trump's attacks. GOP senator wants to know whistleblower identity if there is a judicial review MER and his son Hunter Biden over allegations of corruption. No evidence has been found to support these allegations.
Democrats claim that the phone call illustrates a possible quid pro quo by Trump, but the president has repeatedly insisted that the transcript show that the call was "perfect."
The investigation into the investigation has been speeded up quickly, with a number of witness statements being released this week before upcoming public testimonies. Although the timeline for the impeachment survey is not set in stone, Democrats hope to hold an impeachment vote before Christmas.