Washington (Reuters)-Former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, who was called “Bad News” by Donald Trump as a witness on Friday in the United States Department of Representatives requesting of the crime Representatives on president
, while a US messenger agreed to testify in the coming weeks even if the White House sought to Stonewall investigate.
Former United States ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch came to testify at the U.S. Congress to investigate the crime on U.S. President Trump on Capitol Hill in Washington, United States, Oct. 11, 2019. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
Marie Yovanovitch, a career diplomat who has suddenly called back from Ukraine in May, is expected to give a deposition to the parliament investigators who probe Trump in a scandal that has cast a Pall on his presidency.
The leading Democratic legislature of the investigation was waiting to see if the Yovanovitch showed up after White House said earlier in the week it would refuse to cooperate with an investigation that Republicans president
Called “a Kangaroo court”.
Gordon Sondland, United States ambassador to the European Union, will adhere to a subpoena and testify next Thursday before the top committees of the thesis investigation, his lawyers say.
But Sondland did not have the authority to release the documents of the House committee searched, his lawyers said, adding that he hoped the documents would be shared with the Commission before his appearance. Sondland was originally planned to testify before the Housing Committee…