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One White House aide said the “quid pro quo” was ordered by Trump himself, while another said the “transcript” of the July 25 call was missing a key detail.
The attorney general accused the left of "undermining the rule of law," portraying the legislative branch's oversight as harassment of the president.
The former New York City mayor hasn't yet decided whether to enter the Democratic presidential race, but he's dropping big hints.
Mark Sandy, a White House budget officer, defied Trump's instructions not to testify.
“Even as we push the envelope and we are bold in our vision, we also have to be rooted in reality," said the former president.
"I think part of it is his own insecurity as an imposter," said the House Speaker.
“May you be remembered for them always,” tweeted Walter Shaub.
The freshman Democrat also repeated her call for White House adviser Stephen Miller to resign.
David Gergen also said testimony about Sondland's phone call with Trump about "investigations" is hurting the president.
The veteran foreign service officer shed light on what it was like to be on the receiving end of a political smear campaign.
A diplomat told investigators in the impeachment inquiry he overheard the president's call with U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland.
The White House said on Oct. 8 that it would not cooperate in the impeachment inquiry but has been unable to stop a parade of witnesses from testifying.
One critic asked the president, "She scares you, doesn't she?"
The legislation could require teachers to accept scientifically inaccurate, faith-based answers to homework assignments, one Democratic lawmaker said.
The decision by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals means the death row inmate no longer has an execution date.
But the Vermont senator declined to criticize his progressive Democratic rival.
If a bad-faith smear campaign worked against her, it’ll work again, the ousted ambassador told lawmakers in an impeachment hearing.
Three years later, the man in question raped his own wife again and is now behind bars.
For the second time this week, the Republican congressman broached the rumor.
More than one-third of the registered candidates are women.