Ooh Gordon you in trouble.
On this morning's MSNBC panel, Neal Katyal pointed out that "some things are going to happen" to Ambassador Gordon Sondland, who until now has been a staunch Trump ally. Don't forget that Sondland (Trump's Ambassador to the EU) donated a million bucks to Trump's inaugural committee.
And today we find out he took a call with Trump in a restaurant. The call was about the Ukraine situation, and people at the restaurant table were able to hear it was Trump and some of the content of the call. (If this was Sondland's personal phone you can bet the Russians heard it, too.)
NICOLLE WALLACE: What's going to happen to him?
KATYAL: Criminal investigations, as Chuck and I know, you build by taking these depositions, getting their testimony. Now Sondland has already had to come back once and say, oh, I forgot some stuff, here it is. Now he's going to have to come back and say, oh, I forgot about that call I had with the President of The United States on my cellphone.
BRIAN WILLIAMS: From a restaurant.
KATYAL: From a restaurant, which is pretty hard to forget. So now we've got a situation in which Sondland may have to flip, effectively, in order to save his hide.