The revelations came thick and fast in the second week of impeachment hearings on Capitol Hill. Here’s a look at the key moments.
A theme of the impeachment hearings is that nobody wanted to work with President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, who according to Fiona Hill had been described as a “hand grenade.”
She compared the attacks against the Jewish billionaire philanthropist to a notorious anti-Semitic pamphlet published in the early 1900s.
It's common for people, such as Gordon Sondland, not to take an angry woman seriously, Hill suggested during her impeachment hearing testimony.
Former top Russia expert for the National Security Council explains the core conflict between the United States’ two Ukraine policies — one foreign, one domestic.
The National Security Council’s former Russia expert torched a Republican conspiracy theory that it was the Ukraine - and not Moscow - that interfered in the 2016 election.
Holmes overheard Gordon Sondland, who gave a bombshell testimony Wednesday, on the phone with Donald Trump discussing dealings with Ukraine.
They didn't see this one coming.
Fiona Hill, Trump's former top Russia adviser, told lawmakers that Bolton feared Giuliani was carrying out a "shadow foreign policy" with Ukraine.