President Donald Trump and his allies leapt to discredit the character of Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, the White House's top Ukraine expert, when they learned he would be testifying before the committees overseeing Donald Trump's impeachment hearing.
Notably, Vindman is the first person present for Trump's infamous July 25 phone call to testify.
Trump's Attorneys Just Threatened an Accounting Firm with Legal Action if it Complies with House Democrats' Subpoena for Trump's Financial Records
President Donald Trump's attorneys are urging a financial firm to ignore a Congressional subpoena demanding the president's financial records, Politico reported on Monday.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings (D-MD) issued a subpoena to accounting conglomerate Mazars USA, which is in possession of Trump's coveted tax documents.
The White House Just Revealed Its Reason for Refusing Democrats' Request for Info on Trump's Private Talks with Putin and People See Right Through It
Though it's somewhat faded from the public's collective memory, the world was outraged when President Donald Trump sided with Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin over his own intelligence agencies.
The pair did so after an hours-long meeting. To this day, only they and the interpreters know what was said. The Washington Post reported earlier this year the "extraordinary lengths" taken by Trump to conceal his correspondence with Putin.
House Democrats Are Planning to Go After Donald Trump's Tax Returns, and Their Plan Starts Next Week
Democrats in the House of Representatives announced on Thursday that President Donald Trump's tax returns will be the subject of a hearing scheduled two days after he gives his State of the Union address.
Vice President Mike Pence's tax returns will also be a subject of the hearing.
We Now Know How House Democrats Plan to Try to Re-Open the Government When They Take Control on Thursday, and They're Giving Zero Ground
The incoming Democratic majority in the House of Representatives will vote on a measure to reopen the federal government when the new legislative session begins on Thursday.
After the new Congress is sworn in, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is expected to be elected House Speaker - and, as such, the most powerful woman in American politics - for the second time.