Washington (Reuters) – a high-level Pentagon official of detailed confusion and concern in the U.S. National Security Department after the White House blocked aid to Ukraine without explanation, according to the testimony released on Monday by the national American President Donald Trump’s Board of the crime.
Testimony of Laura Cooper, Deputy assistant Secretary of Defense, was the latest to be announced to show the internal intrigue of the administration as Trump asserted that nearly $400 million in the anticipated aid to Ukraine was retained until it president
Publicly launch an investigation into one of Trump’s top political rivals.
Also on Monday, acting White House chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney withdrew a motion to participate in a lawsuit seeking to have a judge settle whether he could be compelled by Congress to testify in the investigation. Instead, Mulvaney will file his own lawsuit.
The panel of Congress also released a testimony on the second day of Catherine Croft and Christopher Anderson, both advisers to Ambassador Kurt Volker to the Ukrainian policy, who described their concerns about the Trump administration’s Ukrainian policy. Volker was a special representative of Trump for the Ukrainian negotiations until he resigned in September 9.
The new transcripts arrived two days before the American Democratic Party’s thesis investigation of the United States’s U.S. Senate on a period of new public importance.
The first hearings on the camera in the investigation are set up for this weekend and focus on allegations…