It's the latest White House's stonewalling against congressional requests for documents and testimony is crumbling – and Democrats are feeling a new sense of momentum.
"Thank you to patriots like @ RealDonaldTrump appointee Fiona Hill who chose to ignore the obstruction from Trump and gave testimony to Congress today," said Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.). And Trump can not stop it. "
Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, who has posted a few months in a closed-door testimony.
John Bolton, who asked her to report on Giuliani's efforts to become a National Security Council lawyer ̵
According to a source in the room Monday, Hill said Bolton compared Giuliani to "a hand grenade who's going to blow everybody up."
And the flood of damaging information is not over.
Democrats' "illegitimate" impeachment effort.
Democrats return to Capitol Hill on Tuesday, this week wants to describe their own role in the controversy. The Democratic Caucus is set to meet Tuesday night after a two-week recess to discuss the impeachment inquiry.
On Wednesday, Michael McKinley, who abruptly resigned last week as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, intends to testify before lawmakers.
On Thursday comes Gordon Sondland, the EU ambassadors whose laws are passed on to investigators Biden. Sondland is reportedly ready to be deflected by a trump.
Congressional investigators on Friday want to hear Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Laura Cooper, who oversees Russia and Ukraine-related matters at the Pentagon.
Despite the series of breakthroughs, Democrats wants to get some of their high-level requests.
When asked whether the house impeachment test is "unconstitutional."
But Hill's account underscores how the president's once-impenetrable barrier to meaningful testimony in Democrats' impeachment inquiry has been blown apart.
"The walls are closing in. The Trump has been running to benefit in person," said Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.). "Why have a democracy, if we allow this to happen without consequence?"
Though Hill's testimony what's the most damning to date on Trump's wall.
Earlier this month, formerly Ambassador Kurt Volker provided text messages between himself and other diplomats in which he said that Trump had a potential White House visit for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, and possibly even military aid, as a cudgel to force the besieged country to sample Biden. Volker testifies for nine hours to lawmakers and aides behind closed doors. Trump has forcefully denied any kind of "quid pro quo".
Last Friday, former Ukrainian Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch was trumps allies that accused her of disloyalty. Yovanovitch's ouster in May infuriated the senior state department's hands, and she testified that the ability to remove her could not be exploited by foreign adversaries.
Kent served under Yovanovitch in Ukraine for three years. A former State Department official said Kent is "able to peel back layers of the onion that many people can not," and Yovanovitch's ouster.
Meanwhile, Giuliani, who is facing a mounting set of legal woes, is due to provide documents to Congress under a subpoena issued by the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday, but it's unclear if he intends to cooperate.
Yankee's playoff series – and possibly even the afternoon ballgame.
Giuliani has been defeated and indicated he intends to watch the third of a New York.
House Republicans have said little about the substance of Hill's testimony but have complained vehemently about Democrats' decision to hold witness interviews behind closed doors. They say a matter as weighty as the potential impeachment of the president should be.
Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff has countered this complaint, arguing that the secrecy surrounding the initial interviews is to prevent witnesses from aligning their statements.
Caitlin Emma and Nahal Toosi contributed to this report.