WASHINGTON (AP) – The U.S. ambassador to the European Union is the latest witness set to appear before Congress in its impeachment inquiry. Portland businessman, Gordon Sondland is scheduled to be interviewed behind closed doors by House lawmakers on Thursday.
His testimony is especially critical since text messages and statements from other witnesses place him at the center of carrying out President Donald Trump’s agenda with Ukraine, including his push for politically charged investigations.
A person familiar with Sondland’s account has said Sondland is prepared to say that he was merely repeating Trump’s reassurances when he told another envoy that there was no quid pro quo in the administration’s dealings with Ukraine.
House lawmakers have been hearing from other diplomats and administration officials, including from the State Department.

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