Washington (Reuters) – The White House’s promise to Stonewall a National Assembly’s dissertation investigation by President Donald Trump will receive an early trial on Friday, when the former ambassadors to Ukraine are scheduled to testify to investigators of representatives.
PHOTO FILE: United States Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Louise Yovanovitch was seen in a ceremony to mark the world on AIDS in Kiev, Ukraine Dec. 1, 2017. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich/image file
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 legislative parliament was waiting to see if she showed up after the White House said earlier this week it would refuse to cooperate with a thesis investigation that Trump has called “a Kangaroo court.”
The commitment from the White House attorney Pat Cipollone until now after the administration blocked an important witness, United States ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland, from testiting to the National Assembly plate.
The investigation was launched after a deguelle complaint about a Jul 25 phone call, in which Trump pressed his Ukrainian partner, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, to investigate the former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, a leading Democratic candidate for right
Faced with Trump in elections on Nov. 2020.
The Democratic Party accused Trump of pressured a vulnerable allies to dig up dirt on a domestic politics…