A midnight court filing on Friday night revealed that the White House is refusing to release at least two dozen emails directly related to Donald Trump’s withholding of military assistance from Ukraine.
The Center for Public Integrity has obtained a series of emails concerning the military assistance to Ukraine and Donald Trump’s involvement in putting that assistance on hold.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul tells CNN's Jake Tapper that sending military aid to Ukraine to fend off the Russians actually damages the United States' national security while refusing to answer questions on whether Trump actually cares about corruption.
Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway lies on Fox's Watters' World about the fact that Trump did mention military aid to Ukraine during his phone call with Volodymyr Zelensky.
If Trump's call to Zelensky was so "perfect" as he has claimed, why do he and the rest of his administration feel the need to keep lying about it?
Defense Secretary Mark Esper refuses to give any clear answers on his department refusing to comply with Congressional subpoenas when previously promising they would, and on what he thought about and why Trump withheld military aid to Ukraine.
Apparently Zelensky's obsequiousness wasn't enough to unlock the military aid. There was something more Trump wanted, and he pushed the levers to make it happen.
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
Laura Cooper amended her testimony to say that emails show that Ukraine knew there was an issue with the aid on the same day that Donald Trump tried to extort Ukraine's President.
Fox's Leland Vittert prods Democratic Rep. Tom Malinowski about whether any of the witnesses during the impeachment depositions have first hand knowledge that it was Trump that directed the military aid to Ukraine to be withheld.
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