President Trump's pick for the next Ukraine ambassador was put on the spot Wednesday during his Senate confirmation hearing on whether he'd stand up to interference in U.S. elections, an issue at the core of Trump's impeachment proceedings.
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a key impeachment witness against President Trump, retired from the Army Wednesday, with his lawyer citing "a campaign of bullying, intimidation and retaliation" that limited his military career.
Former National Security Adviser John Bolton’s forthcoming memoir claims President Trump’s "transgressions" went well beyond the Ukraine saga that led to his impeachment and alleges that “reelection calculations” drove the president's major decisions, according to a press release for the book.
State Department emails obtained by conservative group Citizens United this week indicated that the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine was involved in discussions about the natural gas firm Burisma Holdings and even a meeting with a company representative, despite testifying to Congress during the impeachment inquiry that she knew little about the firm.
President Trump has reportedly fired Michael Atkinson, the inspector general for the U.S. intelligence community who alerted Congress to concerns about a Trump phone call with the president of Ukraine – a matter that led to the president’s impeachment last year.
The Army will not launch an investigation into a decorated officer who was a key witness during the impeachment inquiry into President Trump and then removed from his White House National Security Council (NSC) position, officials said Friday.
Marie Yovanovitch, the recently retired U.S. diplomat who testified during House impeachment against President Trump following her abrupt removal as ambassador to Ukraine, will receive an award Wednesday at Georgetown University for her diplomacy service.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on Tuesday said impeachment has "been a positive” for Democrats, despite last week’s vote to acquit President Trump.
Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, who testified during House impeachment hearings against President Trump, will be retiring from the U.S. foreign service less than a year after her removal as ambassador to Ukraine.
Lev Parnas, the man at the nucleus of the Trump impeachment scandal now cooperating with investigators, remains a shadowy figure with a checkered record.