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Things are happening so fast it’s hard to keep up with all the goings on in Washington.
The Impeachment Inquiry into the actions of Donald Trump pressuring the Ukraine President to investigate Joe Biden, his potential presidential rival in the 2020 election, and Biden’s son, continues this week with news that a second whistle-blower with first hand knowledge of the infamous phone call has come forward. Subpoenas are being issued and the investigation continues.
On Tuesday, NBC News reported that “Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union, was directed by the State Department not to appear for a scheduled interview with House committees,” despite his willingness to do so voluntarily without a subpoena. Text messages show “Sondland and another ambassador worked to persuade Ukraine to publicly commit to investigating Trump’s political opponents...”
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