Former Independent Counsel Ken Starr said Thursday that witnesses who appeared in the House Intelligence Committee hearings this month havent come close to laying out impeachable offenses. Starr, who served as lead investigator in the impeachment inquiry into former President Bill Clinton, said the testimony has come “nowhere close” to the bar set in the U.S. Constitution. The testimony doesnt “reach the level of treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors,” Starr remarked on Fox News on Thursday. “My assessment of the evidence [thus] far? Nowhere close. The evidence is conflicting and ambiguous,” he noted. Starr said that European Union Ambassador Gordon Sondlands testimony was conflicting. “Clearly in his opening statement, a quid pro quo. And then, he says later, Well, the president said, I dont want anything. Right? President Zelensky should just do the right thing. [Those are] the words from the president himself,” he continued. “So, the record at the end of the ..