President Donald Trump suggested that late President Lyndon B. Johnson might be “looking up” at the impeachment proceedings from hell.
Pentagon officials were told to keep the "pause" secret.
In a new interview, Rudy Giuliani admitted working to oust Marie Yovanovitch so she wouldn’t impede investigations of Joe and Hunter Biden.
One Twitter user noted that it's "'movie-level' evil to use the victim of your crime to advance the premise that you shouldn't be prosecuted."
In a sprawling interview with Time and European media, President Volodymyr Zelensky discussed Trump, impeachment, Vladimir Putin and more.
Earlier this year, Trump's personal attorney negotiated contracts with Ukrainian officials worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, according to new reports.
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.
"This was a demand that President Zelensky personally commit, on a cable news channel, to a specific investigation of President Trump’s political rival."
Figuring out there was a quid pro quo was "2+2," the ambassador said.
The money is part of the $400 million package delayed by President Donald Trump, which sparked an impeachment inquiry.
Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and adviser Jennifer Williams heard the July 25 phone call for themselves.
Jennifer Williams said the call included what she viewed as specific references to Trump’s “personal political agenda.”
Transcripts of testimonies from Tim Morrison and Jennifer Williams provide fresh details for the impeachment inquiry.
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 April 21 conversation, which precedes the July 25 call that is the subject of the impeachment inquiry, included no mentions of corruption or Joe Biden.
Prior to their infamous July 25 conversation, Donald Trump spoke with Volodymyr Zelensky on April 21 to congratulate him for his election win.
The acting U.S. ambassador to Ukraine revealed the new information while testifying at the House impeachment hearings.
It seems like it's getting more complicated, but it really isn't.
Twitter critics poured scorn on Trump's announcement he'll release a transcript of his first phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.