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  • Mike Pompeo admits to being on Trump-Ukraine phone call for first time, as impeachment calls grow

    US secretary of state says he was on the controversial call after previously failing to admit he knew about the conversation

    The Independent
  • Pompeo admits he listened to Trump-Ukraine phone call

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo admitted he listened in on Trump's phone call with Ukraine. Lawrence O'Donnell asks Sen. Chris Murphy about this, as well as Trump's attacks on the whistleblower, and the concerns he heard from Ukrainian officials during his trip.
  • Read: Text messages between US diplomats about Ukraine aid, Trump phone call

    Text messages released by House Democrats amid an impeachment inquiry detail a top U.S. diplomat's concerns about a Trump White House strategy aimed at pressuring Ukraine for political investigations in exchange for assistance and engagement with Trump.  The messages are between Kurt Volker, former U.S. special envoy to Ukraine, and William Taylor, Jr., top ambassador to Ukraine; as well as Gordon Sonland, U.S. ambassador to the European Union; Andrey Yermak, aide to Ukrainian President...
  • Trump admits he pushed Ukraine for dirt on Biden and calls on China to investigate – live

    Trump makes extraordinary requests to China and Ukraine to investigate his rival despite facing impeachment inquiry over similar callsSign up for the US briefing and get a new perspective 5.55pm BST Here’s the Guardian’s main story on Trump’s remarkable calls for China – as well as Ukraine – to investigate his political rival Joe Biden. Related: Trump calls on China to investigate Biden in extraordinary demand 5.50pm BST Washington Post political reporter Sean Sullivan reports that Bernie...

    the Guardian