House Democrats have begun Week 2 of their open impeachment hearings on Tuesday with witnesses who listened firsthand when President Trump spoke with President Volodymyr Zelenskiy on July 25 - a key moment in the Ukraine affair. Trump said on Twitter.
Vindman previously claimed in his opening statement to be the "principal advisor to the National Security Advisor and the president on Ukraine and the other countries in my portfolio". Republican Senator Josh Hawley said that if the impeachment inquiry moves to the Senate, he wanted to know who the whistleblower was, asking: "How else are we going to evaluate the content and the truthfulness of these people if we don't know who they are?" She said Bolton later compared the ask to "a drug deal".
Trump's ongoing responses to the impeachment inquiry have raised questions about whether they could become the subject of eventual articles of impeachment.
President Trump's former deputy campaign chairman Rick Gates testified during the recently concluded trial of Roger Stone that Trump and Stone had discussed the impending release of information beneficial to Trump's 2016 campaign, around the same time Stone was working to get information from stolen Democratic documents obtained by WikiLeaks.
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Airtel said that the group will need significant additional financing to discharge its obligations under the court judgement. But for the AGR provisioning, both Airtel and Vodafone Idea look to be stable in terms of their key operational metrics.
Two of the three judges who heard arguments on Monday seemed prepared to order at least some of the material sought by the House to be turned over.
Then form U.S. Special Envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker and Timothy Morrison, another expert for the National Security Council, will testify.
Mr Morrison's testimony contradicted much of what Mr Sondland told congressional investigators during his own closed-door deposition, which the ambassador later amended.
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman said that it was his "duty" to report his concerns about the phone call, but deflected repeated Republican efforts to divulge everyone he told about it - an attempt by GOP lawmakers to identify the anonymous whistleblower who spurred the impeachment probe.
China lifts ban on US poultry
But even that tentative "Phase 1" deal hasn't been officially signed as China presses the U.S.to roll back its tariffs. Big differences over China's technology policies were largely unaddressed and left for future negotiations.
Trump's physician Dr. Sean Conley has now issued a memo through the White House denying any reports that Trump's health is ailing.
The senior adviser to Vice President Mike Pence is saying what she heard on the July 25th Ukraine phone call was "unusual" because of the political nature of the conversation. "When that happens, the American people need to be clear that when the Democrats, what they are describing as bribery, not a single witness is describing as bribery", Ratcliffe continued.
They both testified there was a demand from the Trump administration that Ukraine investigate former Vice President Joe Biden in exchange for receiving $400 million in military aid.
Trump says he did no such thing and the Democrats just want him gone. That's led to legal challenges from the industry and lobbying of lawmakers and the White House to prevent new rules that would affect adults' use of e-cigarettes, The Times reported.
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Inside the event, Kate and William met with well-wishers and performers, including the cast of Mary Poppins. The Duchess of Cambridge paired her look with black Giuseppe Zanotti heels and an Aspinal of London clutch.