Recent developments are due to attempts by reigning White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney to withdraw last week from his public recognition of a return between military assistance and a politically motivated investigation.
9:20 am: Trump continues to insist that his golf club is the best place for G-7
Trump continues to insist that his private golf club in Miami would have been the best place to do so in two days In the midst of criticism from Republicans who are not up to the impeachment, the plan has been withdrawn.
"Doral in Miami would have been the best place to hold and free the G-7, but too much heat from the Do Nothing Radical Left Democrats and their partner. the fake news media! "Trump tweeted . "I'm surprised they allow me to give up my $ 400,000 presidential salary! We'll find another place!"
Late on Saturday, Trump reversed the course after learning from Conservative allies that the Republicans struggled to defend him on several fronts. Democrats had considered including the alleged violation of salary in their impeachment proceedings.
8:35 am: Trump suggests that House Democrats should censor ship.
Trump tried to urge House Democrats to join their Republican counterparts for a resolution to reprimand ship on Monday.
"Blame (at least) corrupt Adam ship!" Trump tweeted . "From what he got caught, any pole that is not so right can not be honest … are you listening to Dems?"
Democrats who control the chamber are expected to reject the resolution.
Trump has repeatedly attacked Ship for a statement at a hearing last month, beautifying the transcript of the July telephone call in which Trump summoned Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate the bid.
Schiff later said his remarks were meant as a parody, and Trump and others who criticized him should have realized that.
8:15 am: New polls show that 51 percent of adults in the US overthrow Trump.
Another recent poll shows that Trump is increasingly being removed from office.
Fifty-one percent of American adults support Trump's impeachment and impeachment, according to a poll released Monday by the Public Religion Research Institute. This is an increase of 47 percent in mid-September prior to the announcement of the impeachment investigation.
The survey found that 93 percent of Republicans are opposed to impeachment and impeachment, a figure that has remained virtually unchanged from the previous poll. However, democratization support has increased by 10 percentage points to 88 per cent.
The independents were still divided, 49 percent are now in favor of the impeachment.
Support for the impeachment and impeachment process ranged from 43 percent to 52 percent in other independent national surveys released this month.
8:00 am: House democrats seek to derail determination of the ship
House democrats on Monday seek to derail a resolution supported by Republicans to blame the ship as it has dealt with the impeachment
The Republicans The issue was raised last week, but the legislature decided to postpone the vote following the death of Chairman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, Elijah E. Cummings (D-Md.), who was admired on both sides of the Ganges.  The resolution introduced by Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) Challenges Schiff's remarks at a hearing on 26 September. Schiff embellished the telephone call protocol of July, in which Trump called on Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate the bid.
Schiff later said that his comments were meant as a parody, and Trump and others who criticized him should have known that.  The resolution, which is supported by Trump and the republican leadership of the House, also targets other measures, including some measures related to the investigation of possible coordination between Russia and the Trump campaign during the 2016 elections.  Shortly after 18.30 o'clock the house democrats are to submit the resolution. If successful, this would prevent a vote on the resolution itself.
Trump pushed for support for the resolution last week and again aimed at a ship in a tweet on Sunday night.
"Adam Schiff is a corrupt politician!" Trump wrote in a tweet which also contained a clip of a television interview in which the house's minority leader, Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), Became a critic Planned to Ship This Week
House investigators are planning a parade of witnesses this week, starting Tuesday with US Ambassador to Ukraine Bill Taylor, who is considered a key figure in the investigation by the Democrats ,
Taylor, in texting with two other US diplomats, has been alerted that the White House is holding back military aid to Ukraine, calling it "crazy to withhold security support for a political campaign" and a "nightmare scenario."
On Wednesday lawm It is expected that the interlocutors will hear from Ambassador Philip Reeker, Deputy Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs, and Michael Duffey, Deputy Director of National Security Programs at the Administration and Budget Office. Duffey's signature was in the letters in which Ukraine's aid was split again.
Laura Cooper, Deputy Minister of Defense, whose portfolio includes Russia and Ukraine, and Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, Director of European Affairs in the National Security Council, took part on Thursday. should testify.
6:30 am: Trump will hold first Cabinet meeting since the beginning of the investigation.
Trump is expected to convene his first Cabinet meeting ever since House Democrats launched the impeachment investigation.
The White House has indicated that part of the meeting will be open to reporters, which could give Trump the opportunity to present his latest thoughts on impeachment and other issues. He has no other public events on his program on Monday.
6 am: Trump Shares Clips From Sympathetic Fox News Broadcast
Trump went on Twitter late on Sunday evening to share several clips from The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton. a Fox News broadcast with a sympathy for what awaits Trump in the impeachment investigation.
In a clip, moderator Steve Hilton accuses Democrats of engaging in a principle-disguised partisan policy, and criticizes a parade of bureaucrats leaving the office to overtake the shadows that are to attack President Trump. "
" Their loyalty goes to the bureaucratic establishment agenda, "Hilton says of the" unofficial bureaucrats "who delivered testimony to House investigators last week.