The impeachment of President Donald Trump has focused on evidence of a quid pro quo over his request for investigations into political rivals.
In a phone interview with Fox News, Trump praised Giuliani as a "great crime-fighter" and the "best mayor in the history of New York City."
James Stavridis, former NATO supreme allied commander, credited Hill for being both tenacious and knowledgeable.
"Fiona Hill & her friends ignored blatant Dem corruption, even some proven to a Ukrainian Court," Rudy Giuliani claimed.
Twitter users pointed out that the quote did not belong to Alexis de Tocqueville as Ivanka Trump claimed and said it was President Donald Trump's "decline of public morals" that were responsible.
The Republican senator for South Carolina sent a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo asking for documents relating to former Vice President Joe Biden and Ukraine.
Hill condemned GOP members for propagating the conspiracy theory that Ukraine meddled in the 2016 presidential elections, stressing that Russia was the culprit.
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The president is facing impeachment amid accusations that he tried to pressure Ukraine into interfering in the 2020 election to his advantage.
The poll was conducted by conservative-leaning Rasmussen Reports, which regularly finds a higher approval rating for Trump than other major polls.
Emerald Robinson of OANN tweeted remarks about Dr. Fiona Hill and Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, implying that neither witness is American.
The impeachment inquiry heard from Ambassador Gordon Sondland and his testimony was a "tipping point," says former Watergate prosecutor Nick Ackerman.
While Trump seemed confident after Wednesday's impeachment hearings, Judge Andrew Napolitano said the Democrats still have a case.
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The former U.S. Attorney's comments came after Ambassador Gordon Sondland's explosive testimony to the House impeachment inquiry.
David Holmes will testify in Thursday's impeachment hearings. He overheard a conversation between Trump and Gordon Sondland where the president sought to confirm investigations into the Bidens.
Trump has so far used the claim with nine people who had all been arrested, indicted or admitted to committing federal crimes.
"I had no recollection of any discussion," Vice President Mike Pence said.
Richard Painter suggested the Secretary of State was in a tough spot after Gordon Sondland said he was "in the loop" on the alleged quid pro quo with Ukraine.
While the nation's attention has been focused on Ukraine, global relations with China may be about to take a nose dive.
12 million Americans turned into the third day of President Trump's impeachment hearing—contrasted with over 14 million who watched the November 13 hearings.
Laura Cooper said during today's impeachment hearings that Ukraine inquired about security assistance the same day President Donald Trump asked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy for quid pro quo.
Hill will be the eleventh witness to testify publicly before the Intelligence Committee Thursday morning.
CNN hosts agreed that Ambassador Gordon Sondland's testimony during today's impeachment hearings was "damning evidence" that will "guarantee" President Donald Trump's impeachment.
"Was there a 'quid pro quo?' The answer is yes," Sondland said Wednesday. He also testified that "we followed the president's orders."
"Game over. Send Trump home," Richard W. Painter tweeted as Ambassador Sondland testified on Wednesday.
One Republican representative told The Washington Examiner that any existence of a quid pro quo "doesn't matter much anymore."
In her first interview since being appointed a White House special adviser, Pam Bondi incorrectly referred to Gordon Sondland as a "short-term ambassador to Ukraine."
"Members of the Senate have said, 'I understand everything there is about this case, and I won't vote to impeach the president.' Please allow the facts to do the talking," Graham said in 1998.
Ahead of his testimony Wednesday, Ambassador Gordon Sondland received a lengthy public warning against committing perjury from a Fordham law professor who explained that even if pardoned by Trump, Sondland could still be prosecuted in New York state.