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Lt. Col. Vindman testified that one thing Trump said was omitted from the July 25 Trump-Zelensky transcript: "There are recordings." Turns out Trump's allies were hunting for recordings of Biden at the time.

The Trump defense brief goes word-by-word through the July 25 Trump-Zelensky call. Throws in a reference to Lt. Col. Vindman, too.

Just in case the Pentagon didn’t get the point, here’s another July 25 memo - two hours after the first one, four hours after Trump-Zelensky call - demanding the Pentagon shut off aid to #Ukraine 

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...he didn't know the specifics of the Trump/Zelensky call on July 25 - the words Biden and server, for instance - until he was at UNGA while the reconstructed transcript was about to be released

A July 25 email to the Pentagon from shows how quickly OMB acted to block the aid – within 91 minutes – of the end of call between Trump Zelensky that morning. #UkraineDocs 

It is just not true that the July 25th Trump-Zelensky call transcript is the only evidence of Trump’s use of public office for private gain.

@RepDougCollins  is repeating a talking point since belied by Laura Cooper’s sworn testimony indicating Ukraine became aware of aid delay in early July, not “one month after” the Trump-Zelensky phone call.

@NoahRFeldman : "President Trump’s conduct described in the testimony and evidence clearly constitutes an impeachable high crime and misdemeanor under the Constitution." He adds Trump-Zelensky July 25 call "on its own qualifies as an impeachable high crime and misdemeanor."

Feldman confirms was against impeachment after Mueller report, changed after revelations from release of July 25 Trump Zelensky call. because it involved soliciting foreign interference in US election. says precisely the situation the framers created impeachment for.

Docs reportedly show Ukraine aid was formally frozen on same day as Trump-Zelensky July phone call


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Bombshell from Bill Taylor: while he visited the front, one of his staffers accompanied Ambassador Sondland to a meeting with Zelensky aide Yermak on July 26, the day after the Trump/Zelensky phone call. After the meeting, at a restaurant, Sondland called President Trump... 1/

Amb. Marie Yovanovitch: - Was not on the July 25th call. - Not involved in the Trump/Zelensky meeting. - Never spoke with Trump. - Never spoke with Mulvaney. Have any of these “Witnesses” actually Witnessed anything?

Per House Budget summary of docs OMB provided: First time in writing that Ukraine aid had been withheld was evening of July 25 by career official - same day as Trump-Zelensky call. Top political appointee (Duffey) continued to place holds til Sept. 12

Lieutenant Colonel Alexander S. Vindman, who joined the National Security Council in 2018 and listened in on the July 25 2019 Trump/Zelensky call, will answer questions tomorrow before the House committees conducting the impeachment inquiry.

Missed this yesterday from Pence national security advisor Keith Kellogg. Was on July 25 Trump-Zelensky call; heard 'nothing wrong or improper.'

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VP aide Williams, who listened to July Trump/Zelensky phone call, found "the mention of these specific investigations" into Bidens & 2016 "unusual and inappropriate," relevant to Trump's "personal political opposed to a broader foreign policy objective" of USA

Just re-upping our story that Pence’s National Security Advisor Keith Kellogg was on the July 25 Trump-Zelensky phone call — but raised no alarms.

DOJ’s Office of Legal Counsel essentially ignored additional allegations from the whistleblower outside the July 25 Trump-Zelensky call when it determined his complaint should be kept in-house, according to a newly unsealed memo from the DOJ policy office. @kpolantz