Key Moments From the Trump Impeachment Hearing, Day 2 | NYT News

By | December 10, 2019

Key Moments From the Trump Impeachment Hearing, Day 2 | NYT News
Key Moments From the Trump Impeachment Hearing, Day 2 | NYT News
It is an America’s national security interest to help Ukraine transform into a country where the rule of law governs and Corruption is held in check. Ukrainians refer to play by the old corrupt rules sought to remove what continues to amaze me is that they found Americans willing to partner with them and working together. They apparently succeeded in orchestrating the removal of a u.s. ambassador addition. You said that they, that being Giuliani in the Krupp foreign prosecutor-general had plans to quote: do things to me? What did you mean by that old by Ukrainian officials? Did you subsequently understand a little bit more? What that meant time of the July 25th call between President Trump and president solensky prior to reading that call record. Were you aware that President Trump had specifically made reference to you and that call reaction to learning that I was shocked, absolutely shocked and devastated. Franklin President Trump said that I was bad news to another world leader and that I would be going through something. So I would it was. It was a terrible moment, she’s going to go through some things that didn’t sound good sounded like a threat as we sit here testifying. The president is attacking you on Twitter and I like to give you a chance to respond I’ll read part of one of his tweets everywhere. Maria Ivanovic went bad. She started off in Somalia. How did that go and other places implicitly threatened. You in that call record, and now the president real-time, is attacking you. What effect do you think that has, on other Witnesses, willingness to come forward and expose wrongdoing intimidating? You don’t have a lot of information relating to the part of us that were investigating from May 20th, up until September 11th, released the security assistance fund that correct you and your career, and and and it was going on at so when you got the word anytime. Georgetown and ask what if that might be something that could be arranged? Are they professional life in service to our nation like a Hallmark movie? Wasn’T your preference 7/8 months ago correct, including today, is the right as present. I respect the interagency process, I’m getting to that. Actually, but he has the right to make his own forms policy and make his own decisions as president United States. As do all presidents correct. I obviously don’t dispute that the president has the right to to withdraw an ambassador at anytime for any reason. But what I do wonder is why it necessary to smear my reputation.. I don’t know, what’s behind closed doors, interviewing more witnesses that will you may or may not be tea in the public. I hate to break it to my colleagues. If there’s anyone else out there watching television ratings, but they must be plummeting right now.
Marie L. Yovanovitch, the former American ambassador to Ukraine, appeared before the House Intelligence Committee for the second public hearing of the impeachment inquiry.

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