Here are key moments as they unfolded during Wednesday’s public impeachment hearings, which included testimony from U.S. diplomat William Taylor and State Department official George Kent.
Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., drew a few laughs after his one-line response to Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, during Wednesday's open impeachment hearings.
U.S. diplomat William Taylor said Wednesday that Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and his country would be "much weaker" if Ukraine did not receive aid from the United States.
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, questions Amb. William Taylor about the unnamed sources who gave information about Trump to Taylor.
William Taylor, the charge d’affaires in Ukraine, offers up his opening statement before testifying in the first public hearing in the House’s impeachment inquiry.
George Kent spoke to House members about the State Department’s unexpected removal of Marie Yovanovitch from her post as the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine and whether Rudy Giuliani was involved.
Ambassador William Taylor said Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy was planning to make a public announcement about the “investigations” requested by Trump, even though he considered it a bad idea...
State Department official George Kent testified Wednesday that there is no “factual basis” to support the notion that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 elections.
Ambassador William Taylor said in his decades of service he has never before seen foreign aid conditioned on personal or political interests of a U.S. president.
William Taylor revealed new information during his public testimony Wednesday, stating that a staffer reported to him that President Donald Trump was overheard speaking about “investigations” after a...
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