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.
House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff wraps up the seventh in a series of impeachment hearings with a summary of the evidence presented regarding President Trump's decision to withhold
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Neither President Donald Trump nor his attorneys will participate in Wednesday's House Judiciary Committee impeachment hearing, they said late Sunday.
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.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with White House Deputy Press Secretary Steven Groves about about whether President Trump will have someone represent him in this week's impeachment inquiry hearing.
A judge rules White House staff be made to testify before Congress, despite claims of immunity.
Mark Sandy testified to the House impeachment inquiry behind closed doors on Nov. 16. The OMB is central to questions about how military aid to Ukraine was delayed.
Judge says ‘no one is above the law’
White House aide Pam Bondi said Wednesday that she believes it's unlikely President Trump will testify in the impeachment inquiry, despite the president claiming earlier this week he's "strongly considering it.""I
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.