Career OMB employee Mark Sandy told congressional impeachment investigators that two colleagues at the White House budget office had resigned while voicing concerns over the hold on Ukraine aid.
The probe details emails between acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and White House budget officials seeking a legally-sound reason to justify Trump's hold of $400 million in aid to Ukraine.
It’s no secret that President Donald Trump often flip-flops on policy and contradicts himself. And according to the recently released book, “A Warning” — written anonymously by someone described as a “senior Trump Administration official” —Trump regularly has difficulty remembering things he has said or been told. “A Warning,” Newsweek reporter Chantal Da Silva points [
On Tuesday, the transcript of Office of Management and Budget official Mark Sandy’s testimony in the impeachment inquiry was released. One of the key takeaways of Sandy’s disclosure to lawmakers blows up one of the GOP’s defenses of the push to delay military aid to Ukraine: That President Donald Trump is just naturally skeptical of [
President Trump's former economic adviser Gary Cohn sounds the alarm about the atmosphere in the White House and worries whether there is anyone around Trump who will tell him what he doesn't want to hear.
Republicans offered a preemptive rebuttal to Democratic allegations that Trump abused his power and obstructed congressional investigations.
Trump's remarks contradict scores of statements from Giuliani, Trump and nearly a dozen current and former national security officials who testified in the impeachment inquiry.
Two White House budget officials resigned in the wake of President Trump’s decision to freeze U.S. military assistance to Ukraine, a top budget official testified.
Federal budget official Mark Sandy's testimony to the House impeachment inquiry was released on Tuesday. He told the inquiry two officials had concerns about the aid being held.
President Donald Trump's private lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, was at the White House on Friday, the same day that a Democratic-controlled U.S. House of Representatives panel approved impeachment charges against Trump.
President Donald Trump's senior aides have further restricted the number of administration officials allowed to listen to the President's phone calls with foreign leaders since his July 25 call with Ukraine's President was revealed and became the centerpiece of the impeachment inquiry, according to multiple White House sources.
Mark Sandy said individual resigned in part over issues with Trump’s freeze on the aid, according to closed-door deposition