Accepting an award at Georgetown University, Ms. Yovanovitch, who was a key player in President Trump’s impeachment proceedings, spoke publicly for the first time since her testimony.
Regardless of the Senate’s verdict, the impeachment inquiry, President Trump’s own words and other revelations yield a narrative establishing his involvement in the pressure campaign.
On a July 25 telephone call with the president of Ukraine, President Trump described Ambassador Yovanovitch as “bad news” and said, ominously, “She’s going to go through some things.”
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New revelations from the former White House national security adviser could complicate President Trump’s impeachment trial.
Drafts of the book outline the potential testimony of the former national security adviser if he were called as a witness in the president’s impeachment trial.
The video of the 2018 event made headlines for capturing conversations now tied to the impeachment inquiry. But it also showed remarkable exchanges that weren’t about Ukraine.
The recording from a dinner in 2018 showed that the president spent an hour with two key players in the Ukraine pressure campaign. He has repeatedly said he does not know them.
“He shouted at me for about the same amount of time as the interview itself had lasted,” said Mary Louise Kelly of NPR.
The former associate of Rudolph W. Giuliani said through his lawyer that he had given the recording to the House Intelligence Committee for use in the impeachment inquiry.