Two key witnesses expected to add to growing evidence in Trump inquiry
The impeachment inquiry will hear from two further key witnesses on Thursday, who are expected to add to the growing evidence that the Trump administration may have pressured Ukraine for political gains. The appearance of the officials comes after Wednesday’s bombshell testimony by Gordon Sondland,»»»
Official's testimony on Trump-Ukraine call conflicts with top diplomat's story
closeVideoState Department official David Holmes’ testimony on a newly revealed phone call between President Trump and Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland seems to conflict with that of top diplomat Bill Taylor at last week's lead-off impeachment hearing. Taylor, who testified before the House Int»»»
Envoy took direct orders from Trump, Tim Morrison tells impeachment inquiry
Washington’s ambassador to the EU said he had acted directly on President Trump’s orders when he sought a promise from Ukraine to investigate the US president’s domestic rivals, an aide told Congress. Tim Morrison, a former national security official, said that Gordon Sondland, the US envoy to the »»»
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