The Senate Judiciary Committee tried to get Sally Yates to throw the Obama administration under the bus. She never took the bait.
Adam Schiff tells Rachel Maddow that once House managers knew there would be no witnesses at the Senate impeachment trial, they requested via Bolton's lawyer that he provide a written affidavit under oath. Bolton refused.
Bolton's statement issued today makes it about as likely that he'll testify as my aging backwards.
Ari Melber reports that Republicans in Congress are, shall we say, nervous at the prospect of Rudy Giuliani testifying in or out of the Senate on behalf of Donald Trump.
Laura Cooper, a Pentagon official, made news at the 2nd Impeachment Hearing of Wednesday when she disclosed that Ukraine inquired about the military aid on July 25th, the same day as the call between Trump and Zelensky
Vrroom. Ambassador Sondland's opening statement is game over on the "shadow State Department" run by Rudy Giuliani.
There's no nice way to say this. It's a big ol' Greyhound Bus driving back and forth over the Trump White House.
"Who, me?" Looks like the secretary of state has a little problem!
As Rep Adam Schiff banged the gavel to end the testimony of Ambassador Yovanovitch, the entire room burst out into unexpected and deafening applause for her, stunning Republicans, who were complaining to the end.
The White House continues to add to the long list of people they have blocked from testifying.
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