Gordon Sondland, former ambassador to the European Union, testified in the first impeachment case against President Donald Trump.
The Republican senator said Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman's ouster was "justified."
The president took retribution just two days after his acquittal by the Senate.
Sondland’s dismissal came just hours after Lt. Colonel Alexander Vindman, who also testified against Trump, was fired.
Three women say Sondland made unwanted sexual contact in business settings. One says he exposed himself. All claim professional retaliation after rejecting him.
As for Sondland, Alec Baldwin's Trump says: "I know him, but I don't KNOW him know him."
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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.”
One witness explicitly acknowledged a quid pro quo and another spoke of figurative hand grenades and drug deals. It's been a big two weeks.
"I can't wait to see how history books cover 2019," one Twitter user joked, after testimony Thursday involved Jay Leno, A$AP Rocky and the Kardashians.
Does the EU ambassador read the news?
It's common for people, such as Gordon Sondland, not to take an angry woman seriously, Hill suggested during her impeachment hearing testimony.
The State Department official overheard a conversation about investigations into the Bidens.
"This was a demand that President Zelensky personally commit, on a cable news channel, to a specific investigation of President Trump’s political rival."
Comedians used their shows to laugh about Gordon Sondland’s impeachment testimony regarding the Ukraine scandal.
Late night comedians used their shows to dig in on Gordon Sondland’s impeachment testimony about the Ukraine scandal.
Legal analysts on Fox News and CNN declared Gordon Sondland’s impeachment testimony very damaging for President Donald Trump.
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His fallback argument is that presidents have full authority to shape foreign policy, even to help their own campaigns.
Figuring out there was a quid pro quo was "2+2," the ambassador said.