This report lays out a damning order of events and crimes committed by the most corrupt person to ever hold the office of the President of the United States.
Fareed Zakaria comes forward with interview that almost landed him square in the impeachment hearings.
Fareed Zakaria describes how he found himself in the middle of the Trump's extortion plot of Ukrainian president Vlodomyr Zelensky.
Holmes, a State Department official who overheard Sondland's phone call with Trump about Ukraine, provided the strongest evidence yet of Trump's crimes as president.
Ambassador Taylor testified to details of a call the day after the call with President Zelenskyy between Trump and Sondland where Trump was overheard demanding investigations before military aid was released.
Ambassador Taylor has new information linking Trump to the Ukraine extortion plot -- a phone conversation in a restaurant the day after Trump's conversation with the Ukrainian president.
Ukrainians have no consensus on whether their President should have agreed to Trump's terms or resisted.
Sen. Kennedy Says Extortion 'Probably' Impeachable -- But Claims Trump Must Have 'Culpable State Of Mind'
Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) on Sunday argued that Donald Trump may not be guilty of a quid pro quo with Ukraine if he did not have a "culpable state of mind" when he tried to extort the country's president.
Rep. Thornberry: Trump Ukraine Extortion Call Not Impeachable Because It's Not Different From What He Does In Public
Rep. Thornberry basically tells ABC's Martha Raddatz that Trump's lawbreaking was okay because what he said on the phone is the same as what he says in public.
GOP Rep. Claims Trump's Extortion Of Ukraine Isn't Impeachable Because He Says The Same Thing In Public
Here's the latest in the revolving series of defenses coming from Trump's Republican enablers in Congress.
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