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  • Impeachment News Roundup: Trump team issues blanket refusal to comply with House impeachment inquiry

    It was another hectic day as Trump and his allies mounted a vigorous attempt to block Congress from learning more about the Trump administration's apparently wide-ranging effort to extort Ukrainian officials into opening a new "investigation" of potential 2020 campaign opponent Joe Biden. A roundup of the day's events: • The White House and State Department made a last-minute move to block Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland from testifying before Congress this morning. Sondland, a...
  • The Trump Impeachment Inquiry: Latest News

    The death of Elijah E. Cummings, one of the leaders of the impeachment inquiry, casts a shadow over the proceedings. But Gordon D. Sondland, the ambassador to the European Union, is still testifying.
  • Could this impeachment inquiry end Trump’s presidency?

    In a July phone call between Donald Trump and Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Trump asked Zelenskiy to investigate former vice-president Joe Biden. An intelligence official decided to blow the whistle on the call. Lauren Gambino discusses how this has led to an impeachment inquiry. And: Joseph Harker on the start of Black History Month Donald Trump says growing calls for his impeachment are ‘nonsense’ after it emerged he withheld nearly $400m in aid to Ukraine. The US president ordered...

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  • CBS News poll on Trump impeachment inquiry

    It’s been one week since House Democrats formally launched an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump after a whistleblower’s complaint and a subsequently released call summary from the White House showed the president asked the leader of Ukraine to investigate the Bidens. New polling from CBS News shows a majority of Americans support the inquiry. [