The Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif), indicated on Monday that the transcripts would be published from the testimony of Kurt Volker, the former US special envoy to Ukraine, and Gordon Sundland, US ambassador to Europe of the Union. Both played a role in reorienting US relations with Ukraine over President Trump's political interests.
The White House continues to stifle attempts by House committees to call new witnesses who may shed more light on Trump's efforts to push for an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, who sat on the board. Ukrainian gas company.
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11 a.m. Pelosi highli ghts Schiff op-ed in impeachment investigation
Cabinet Chairman Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) Seeks to draw attention to Schiff's op-ed claims Trump's appeal to Zelensky is "just one piece" wider
In a tweet, Pelosi cited Schiff's USA Today option as "must-read".
"We now know that the call was only part of a larger operation to redirect our foreign policy toward the personal and political interests of Donald Trump, not the national interest," Pelosi quotes, quoting Schiff.  Trump and his Republican allies have sought to focus their attention on the crude transcript of the call, arguing that Trump did nothing wrong because he did not explicitly condition the resumption of US military aid to investigate Bidens.
a few weeks and in Despite the continuing impediment of the White House, we have learned a great deal about what happened from those who know in the first place all and those who witnessed the actions of the President before and after him, "Schiff wrote in an op-ed
10:15 am: Cliff gives way to Jovanovic as "Obama's arrest"
House Minority Whale Steve Scalis (R-La.) Seeks Tuesday to reduce ambassador's testimony to Ukraine Marie Jovanovic, recalled by Trump, called the career diploma Obama's arrest.
According to a transcript of her deposition, published on Monday, Jovanovic testified that she was the target of a shadow campaign to organize her removal, which included Julian and Ukrainian officials suspected of promoting corruption.
Jovanovic states that he remains worried that she will be targeted for revenge by Trump, who referred to her in a telephone conversation on July 25 with the President of Ukraine as "bad news" and someone who "would go through some things".
Jovanovic, who was nominated ambassador to Ukraine by then-President Barack Obama in 2016, has been a member of the foreign service since 1986 and previously served as ambassador to Armenia and Kyrgyzstan in both democratic and in republican administrations.
"She was an Obama supporter, someone who didn't necessarily support the President Trump Program," Scalis said during a statement on Fox News. "She was not elected commander-in-chief to determine our foreign policy. It was Donald Trump. … He scored someone who would have a much better foreign policy. ”
9:45 am: Gaetz advocates moving several Republicans to the intelligence panel
Ans. Matt Getz (R-Fla.), An unwavering ally of Trump, said Republicans should move Jordan and other "effective questionnaires" to the Intelligence Committee before the public hearings on the impeachment.
Gaetz proposed two other lawmakers: Mark's representative. Meadows (RN.C.) and Lee Zeldin (RN.Y.).
"@ GOPLeader has complete discretion to put its most effective Intel questionnaires on this issue," Gaetz tweeted. "If @Jim_Jordan @RepMarkMeadows & @RepLeeZeldin are not moving in favor of Republicans who missed most of the testimony, then feel ashamed of us for the failure of @realDonaldTrump."
8:30 p.m. : Jordan Confirms Possible Role in Intelligence Committee
Jordan confirmed during a televised statement that he could be added to the House Intelligence Committee as he prepares to hold public hearings in the impeachment investigation.
"We shall see. This is a call for leader McCarthy, "he said, referring to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-California) in an interview with Fox News.
" I just want to help our team, "Jordan said." to help the country see the truth here that President Trump did nothing wrong and that what the Democrats are doing is partisan, unfair and honestly ridiculous. "
8:20 am: Trump Jr. Calls on the Public to "Read the Census"
Donald Trump, Jr., the President's eldest son, called for a public
– My father wrote the transcript. Read it, "Trump Jr. said during a statement on CBS This Morning." Everything else is opinion. Read the transcript and make your decision from there. "
The president claims that a rough transcript of the invitation shows that he did nothing wrong because he did not explicitly link Bidens' inquiry to US military aid for Ukraine, which was
During an interview with CBS, Trump Jr. did too Schiff is strive for the way he led the process of impeachment, and called him "a known hatred" of his father.
"He is a judge, jurors and executioner," Trump Jr. said.
8am: Attorney-at-Law highlights the protections advocated by Grassley
Mark S. Zaid. A lawyer for the whistleblower whose complaint prompted the impeachment investigation suggested on Tuesday Republicans who called on his client to testify publicly follow the advice of Senator Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa).
by Zaid was directed at two Republican senators: Lindsay O. Graham of South Carolina and Rand Paul from Kentucky.
"Maybe @LindseyGrahamSC & @RandPaul should listen to their old colleague," Zaid tweeted . "He understands how and the need to protect #whistleblowers."
Zaid posted a news comment for comment made Monday by Grassley on whether the whistle should be played. "
" It depends entirely on the whistleblower, "said Grassley." A man like me who has stood up for violators for long periods of time, including this one. whistleblower, I want maximum protection for whistleblowers. "
7:45 am: Trump shares regular impeachment comment  Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday morning to revise some of his previous comment on the impeachment investigation.
Among other things, he argued that the signal officer whose complaint triggered the investigation testified publicly and complained that the media focused on the investigation. at a time when the stock market is the highest ever.
Trump's impeachment retweets came amid other tweets calling on voters to support Republican candidates in Tuesday's election in Virginia, Kentucky and Louisiana.
7: 15:00: Volker, Sondland transcripts are expected to be issued
House investigators will release transcripts Tuesday of closed-door deposits on October 3 by Volker and October 17 from Sondland.
Volker works with Trump's personal lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani, the White House and Ukrainian officials to arrange a July 25 phone conversation between Trump and Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky and a potential visit to Zelensky's White House while demanding investigations into Trump's political enemies. Volker will later issue revealing text messages to the exchanges.
Sondland sought to conclude an agreement involving Ukraine declaring an investigation into Bidens. He testified that Trump urged him to work with Julian on issues related to Ukraine.
Transcripts of two other witnesses were announced on Monday: Marie Jovanovich, the former ambassador to Ukraine, and P. Michael McKinley, a former advisor to
7 am: The GOP House is considering adding Jordan to the panel Intelligence
House Republicans are considering installing Jordan, a fierce Trump ally, on the Intelligence Committee at a key position in the impeachment process, according to two GOP assistants familiar with the dynamics.
The transfer will need to be approved by the full House when he returns to a meeting next week.
GOP aides have asked for anonymity to share private discussions about a panel whose Republican chief is resident Devin Nunes (R-California).
Jordan, a member of the ranking of the Oversight and Reform Committee, will give a powerful voice to Republicans as the Intelligence Committee begins holding public hearings, associates said.
It remained unclear which Republican currently on the committee would be affected if Jordan was added.
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6:30 am: Two more Trump administration officials plan to skip deposits
At the White House's instruction more two Trump administration officials plan to miss their scheduled deposits on Tuesday.
They are Michael Duffy, Associate Director of Homeland Security Programs at the Office of Management and Budget, and Wales Griffith, Energy Advisor to the National Security Council.
Duffy is said to have been involved in approving detention orders of nearly $ 400 million in Congress-approved military assistance to Ukraine. Griffith participated in a key White House meeting with Ukrainian officials in July.
6 AM: Schiff says "patriotic civil servants" will testify publicly
Schiff offers a preview of upcoming public hearings and protects the use of closed-door deposits in a publication published in Tuesday by USA Today.
"Americans will hear directly from dedicated and patriotic public servants about how they have understood that US foreign policy has been undermined by political interests of the president, how they have reacted and how the president's scheme threatens our national security," Schiff in the Piece.
He also notes that he has withstood calls for an impeachment investigation for more than a year.
"But the Founders who formed our government realized that someday a president could come to power. to fail to defend the Constitution or sacrifice the national security of the country in favor of its own ergonomic or political interests, and Congress will have to consider such a remedy, "Schiff wrote." It is tragic that this time has come. "
5am Morning: Williams, Pence's special advisor, is expected to testify Thursday
Jennifer Williams, vice-presidential special advisor for Europe and Russia, is expected to testify Thursday to MPs , according to a pa official the impeachment study.
Williams, a career Foreign Service officer, is the first person in Vice President Pence's office to testify before Congress. She was scheduled for the same day with former National Security Advisor John Bolton, who indicated that he would not attend the hearing.
Williams joins the Vice President's staff this spring and accompanies Pence in Warsaw in early September, where he meets with Zelensky to discuss nearly $ 400 million in military aid that was mysteriously withheld by Trump.
Williams testimonials must provide firsthand information about what Pence knows about the detention of Ukrainian funds and the efforts of Trump and his personal lawyer, Rudolf W. Giuliani, to pressure Ukrainians to investigate Joe and Hunter Biden.
meeting with Zelensky Pence conveyed the news that US assistance to Ukraine will not be released amid concerns over the country's lagging anti-corruption efforts. But officials close to Pence insist he was unaware of Trump's efforts to squeeze Zelensky for damaging information about Biden and his son, who served on the board of an obscure Ukrainian gas company when his father watched the policy of US in relation to Ukraine.  Williams also has to shed light on Pence's decision not to attend Zelensky's assumption of office in May – an event that White House officials were pushing to enter the vice president's calendar – when Ukraine's new leader sought recognition and support from Washington.
Fiona Hill, who was the White House best expert on Russia and Ukraine until July, testified earlier that Trump had ordered Pence to cancel his trip to Kiev to take office. A delegation led by Secretary of Energy Rick Perry went to Pence's place.