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Trump said his call to Ukraine was "perfect". Witnesses to the impeachment investigation said otherwise.

Trump's telephone conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on July 25 was at the center of the Democrats' indictment. On Tuesday, they requested a public testimony from the trio of first-hand witnesses who had been instructed to listen. Lt. Colonel Alexander Vindman, Director of European Affairs of the National Security Council, said he considers the request of the President of …

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Trump's aides endeavor to dismiss witnesses from the White House impeachment

The uncertain fate and public beating of these officials has led to a delicate situation for a White House going through the impeachment process. Trump's impulse to dismiss her has not been realized, but he has made it clear that he considers it undesirable. This is one of the persistent abnormalities of the impeachment investigation: most witnesses expressing concern over …

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CNN Analyst: It's a problem for Dems that witnesses to Trump's impeachment have never met

A well-known CNN commentator pointed to a "problem" that House Democrats had after the first public hearing in their impeachment investigation of President Trump. The diplomat Bill Taylor and the State Department official, George Kent, were the first to publicly testify and were harassed for several hours about their knowledge of Trump's behavior towards Ukraine. Legislators of the GOP specifically …

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House Intel announces additional witnesses for public hearings on impeachment

Later that day, Kurt Volker, the former US Special Envoy for the Ukraine negotiations, and Timothy Morrison, a European and Russian NSC adviser, will testify. Gordon Sondland, the US Ambassador to the European Union, is expected to appear next Wednesday morning. Later on Wednesday, the committee will hear from Laura Cooper, a high-ranking Pentagon official responsible for Russia and Ukraine, …

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The White House wants to bring witnesses to court to pass hearings for impeachment

WASHINGTON – With the first public testimony on the impeachment investigation next week, the White House and key Hill Republicans are discussing an obvious defense of President Donald Trump, with a focus on dismissing and discrediting witnesses whose witnesses may be say harm the president. "If people question the motivation and credibility of the president, it is possible that they …

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The DOJ sets new legal barriers between Democrats and Trump's impeachment witnesses

The Department of Justice opened a new litigation daily on Tuesday between lawmakers in Congress and the White House, announcing that Congress must allow government prosecutors to escort executives who hear about President Donald Trump's relations testify to Ukraine. In a recent memo, the Justice Department's Legal Department said that "supporting an agency lawyer" is needed because the statement has …

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While Trump tries to harass witnesses and derail impeachment, Democrats see obstacles

For the Democratic leaders who are leading the impeachment trial, it is expected that Trump's measures to suspend their investigation of his conduct towards Ukraine would be another probable impeachment: disability. The centerpiece of the possible impeachment charges of House democrats Trump's alleged abuse of power over Ukraine. But Congressional disability is now almost certainly implemented, as was the case …

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The judge is skeptical of the Trump government's efforts to block witnesses of impeachment: NPR

The White House Advisor, Don McGahn, in September. McGahn lawyers appeared in a federal court on Thursday to dispute whether he needs to investigate the questions raised by the House investigators investigating President Trump's impeachment investigation. Saul Loeb / AP Hide Caption Switch caption Saul Loeb / AP The White House Advisor, Don McGahn, in September. McGahn lawyers appeared in …

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The detour of the court in December could bring some impeachment witnesses out of the reach of the Democrats

Former National Security Advisor Charles Kupperman went to court last Friday and asked for help deciding if he would be scheduled to show up on Capitol Hill on Monday. He did not show up on Monday. The federal judge, Richard Leon of the DC District Court, summoned Kupperman's lawyers, the House and the Justice Department on Thursday for the urgency …

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