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Gordon Sondland

  1. politics
    Trump Fires Impeachment Witnesses Alexander Vindman and Gordon SondlandThe president’s post-impeachment revenge spree is now officially underway.
  2. impeachment
    Trump Has Committed an Impeachable Offense. A More Important Question Looms.Determining whether a crime has been committed is only the first step.
  3. impeachment recap
    This Week in Impeachment: Snitches Get CricketsDemocrats arranged the most damning week of testimony yet. The GOP’s narrative lies in tatters — and Trump’s job is secure as it’s ever been.
  4. the national interest
    Gordon Sondland Is an Equal-Opportunity FlunkyThe ambassador’s definition of “acting on good faith” meant following orders, even orders he found morally troubling.
  5. trump impeachment
    Trump Impeachment Hearing Who’s Who: Fiona HillLike Gordon Sondland, Hill may implicate Trump’s staff in the quid pro quo. But Hill will also testify as to Sondland’s complicity and incompetence.
  6. impeachment hearings
    Gordon Sondland’s Testimony Is Damning for Trump — and HimselfThe ambassador’s self-defense is that he prioritized delivering aid to Ukraine above safeguarding democracy and rule of law in the U.S.
  7. impeachment hearings
    Photographer Captures Image of Trump’s Handwritten ‘No Quid Pro’ NotesHe couldn’t just remember that one?
  8. trump impeachment
    Nunes to Sondland: Let’s Talk About My Conspiracy TheoriesGordon Sondland had some interesting testimony Republicans should have probed. Their top Intelligence Committee member preferred to rant and rave.
  9. the national interest
    ‘We Followed the President’s Orders’: Trump’s Scheme Was Directed by TrumpA top henchman turns on the president in explosive testimony.
  10. impeachment hearings
    Read Gordon Sondland’s Impeachment Hearing Opening Statement“Was there a ‘quid pro quo?’” Sondland said. “The answer is yes.”
  11. trump impeachment
    Gordon Sondland: ‘Yes,’ There Was a Quid Pro QuoThis is not something that the White House was hoping to hear.
  12. trump impeachment
    Trump Impeachment Hearing Who’s Who: Gordon SondlandThe E.U. ambassador may have to choose between defending the major gaps in his prior testimony or publicly implicating Trump in the quid pro quo.
  13. trump impeachment
    William Taylor Drops a Potential Bombshell in Impeachment HearingsThe envoy’s staffer overheard Gordon Sondland and President Trump talking about pushing Ukraine to investigate the Bidens.
  14. trump impeachment
    Trump Impeachment Hearing Who’s Who: Bill TaylorTaylor, the acting ambassador to Ukraine, was the first administration official to call Trump’s quid pro quo for what it was.
  15. the national interest
    New GOP Ukraine Defense: Trump Was Just a Patsy for Sondland“There is no direct linkage to the president of the United States.”
  16. impeachment
    Lindsey Graham Won’t Read Impeachment Hearing Transcripts: ‘This Is All B.S.’What you refuse to learn can’t hurt you.
  17. the national interest
    Trump Diplomat Gordon Sondland: Oh, THAT Pro Quo, Yeah, Now I RememberThe president’s extortion hatchet man “refreshes” his memory, implicates Trump.
  18. the national interest
    Bill Taylor’s Quid Pro Quo Testimony Blows Up Trump’s Last Line of DefenseAmbassador tells Congress he was repeatedly told of a quid pro quo. And he has receipts.
  19. impeachment
    In Testimony, American Envoy to Ukraine Outlines Trump’s Quid Pro QuoWilliam Taylor, a career diplomat, spelled out the Trump administration’s quid pro quo in the clearest terms yet.
  20. the national interest
    Gordon Sondland’s Ukraine Alibi: I Was the Dumbest Diplomat EverTrump stooge admits to quid pro quo, insists he had no idea why Trump wanted to investigate some random Ukrainian firm.
  21. the national interest
    Trump Blocks Sondland Testimony, and the Cover-up BeginsA witness to likely incriminating details about the president is blocked from testifying.
  22. ukraine scandal
    Ukraine Diplomat Desperately Tried to Take Notes on a Criminal ConspiracyTexts between top diplomats reveal that committing an impeachable offense is like doing any other office job in the world.