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Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union, will reportedly testify that President Donald Trump told him in a phone call in September that he did not want a quid pro quo from Ukraine involving military aid, but that he is not certain that the president was telling the truth.
A person familiar with Sondland’s planned testimony told The Washington Post that the diplomat will tell lawmakers of Trump’s quid pro quo denial that, “It’s only true that the president said it, not that it was the truth.”
The article goes on to state the following:
Sondland is set to appear before Congress under subpoena Thursday as part of Democrats’ impeachment campaign against Trump. The diplomat is likely to be asked about his interactions with Trump, Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani, and other diplomats regarding the administration’s posture toward Ukraine.
WashPost reporting that Sondland isn’t taking fall for Trump:
“Sondland intends to tell Congress that text he wrote denying quid pro quo on Ukraine was relayed to him directly by Trump; he has no knowledge of whether Trump was telling him the truth.” https://t.co/xqUvFUApkP
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