These latest poll findings are consistent with a trend in rising public support for impeachment proceedings into Trump’s use of the powers of the presidency.
By Yuras Karmanau, Associated Press
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said he only learned after his July 25 phone call with Trump that the U.S. had blocked hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid to Ukraine.
By Bill Barrow, Hunter Woodall, Associated Press
Biden said Trump is "shooting holes in the Constitution" by asking foreign powers to interfere in the 2020 election.
After the Trump administration barred a key witness from testifying, the White House informed congressional Democrats that it will not cooperate with their impeachment inquiry. Democrats said they are subpoenaing the U.S. ambassador to the E.U., and suggested blocking testimony…
As an impeachment inquiry into President Trump’s actions on Ukraine begins, Hillary Clinton says that it appears "that there is evidence of abuse of power and obstruction of justice and contempt of Congress." The former secretary of state and daughter…
By Associated Press
Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador did not show up for an interview with House lawmakers Tuesday and sources revealed he called President Donald Trump for assurances that there was no promised trade of favors with Ukraine.
Text messages that were released last week revealed that Gordon Sondland discussed a potential deal between President Donald Trump and Ukraine’s president to investigate a company linked to the son of Trump’s 2020 political rival Joe Biden.
By Associated Press
The Trump administration barred Gordon Sondland, the U.S. European Union ambassador, from closed-door testimony as several committees are investigating President Donald Trump's dealings with the president of Ukraine.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
A whistleblower's complaint and text messages released by another envoy portray Gordon Sondland as a potentially important witness to allegations that the Republican president sought to dig up dirt on a rival in the name of foreign policy.
Monday brought a new round of subpoenas related to the impeachment inquiry, as House Democrats sent demands for documents to the Pentagon and White House budget office. Meanwhile, a second whistleblower entered the picture to back up the original complaint.
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