Quid pro quo

President Donald Trump implied that the Trusted Travelers Program suspension could be lifted if New York state drops lawsuits against him.
The bombshell report came as the Senate prepared to vote on whether to allow witnesses in Trump's impeachment trial.
A member of Trump’s legal team earned the ire of "The Daily Show" host.
Who needs to hear witnesses when you've already made up your mind about the case against Trump?
President Donald Trump’s defense lawyer says claims by former national security advisor John Bolton that the president did try to extract a quid pro quo from Ukraine are not a big deal.
The president suggested that the House speaker should be impeached for not transmitting the articles of impeachment against him to the Senate.
The acting White House chief of staff previously said there was a quid pro quo between the U.S. and Ukraine, arguing it happens "all the time."
As for Sondland, Alec Baldwin's Trump says: "I know him, but I don't KNOW him know him."
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.
His fallback argument is that presidents have full authority to shape foreign policy, even to help their own campaigns.