Dude gotta go.
These words on White House stationary should embarrass all Americans, but Trump's "confidential" enclosure of the SDF Commander's letter will give our allies even less reason to trust America.
Is this a common practice? How much NATO correspondence has been forwarded to Putin? https://t.co/7ADqh5rEjF
— Ned Price (@nedprice) October 16, 2019
.@Lawrence: “The perfect portrait of the child President. The Trump face is full of the confusion & fear of a 4-year-old boy being rebuked by an adult in the room.”#goNancy #MadamSpeaker
— Nick Knudsen 🇺🇸 (@NickKnudsenUS) October 17, 2019
This photo could be a Pelosi campaign poster — the sole woman in the room, literally standing up to the President. Why he thinks this makes her look bad is a mystery. https://t.co/7iEuD4UUVO
— David Lauter (@DavidLauter) October 16, 2019
Mike Pompeo claims that McKinley quit in order to “spend more time with his family”.
— Laura Rozen (@lrozen) October 17, 2019
Amigo number two is scheduled to testify Thursday.
“Sondland’s text messages show that he is a complicit Trump crony and is implicated in Trump’s crimes,”Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union, had barely been on the job for a year when he found himself knee-deep in negotiations with the Ukrainian president over President Trump’s desired political investigations.For weeks leading up to an explosive whistleblower’s complaint, Sondland, a wealthy hotelier from Portland, Ore., worked behind the scenes to carry out Trump’s wishes in a country that’s not part of the European Union. The ambassador met with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky to give “advice” about how to “navigate” Trump’s demands, the whistleblower reported. And in text messages turned over to House investigators Thursday, Sondland insisted that Trump’s decision to withhold nearly $400 million in military aid to Ukraine was not a quid pro quo — as diplomat William B. “Bill” Taylor had feared, according to the texts.
Amid impeachment probe, Gordon Sondland is overseeing a renovation of his residence that has cost $1 million in taxpayer money https://t.co/z3L8NZOmrU
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 16, 2019
“He had a weird obsession with creating a snack room after he visited Uber headquarters in the Bay Area,” a former U.S. official said, referring to the ride-hail service headquartered in San Francisco.
Fiona Hill reportedly described Ambassador Gordon Sondland, a hotelier and Trump donor-turned-ambassador, as metaphorically driving in an unfamiliar place with no guardrails and no GPS when it came to national security. https://t.co/OT4oOkIMEP
— Citizens for Ethics (@CREWcrew) October 16, 2019