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      White House, GOP embraced ‘fictional narrative’ on Ukraine, witness warns as impeachment hearings wrap
      Nov22

      White House, GOP embraced ‘fictional narrative’ on Ukraine, witness warns as impeachment hearings wrap

      In the final day of a week of House impeachment hearings, a former senior White House aide warned that President Trump and his Republican allies have embraced a “fictional narrative” on Ukraine that is propagated by Russian security services to undermine U.S. democracy. …read more Source:: Los Angeles...

      Column: A Republican line no one believes: Trump hates corruption, especially in Ukraine. Yeah, no
      Nov21

      Column: A Republican line no one believes: Trump hates corruption, especially in Ukraine. Yeah, no

      Gordon Sondland obliterated any lingering doubts about Trump as an anti-corruption crusader. …read more Source:: Los Angeles...

      Where the impeachment case stands as Democrats prepare to bring a barrage of new witnesses
      Nov17

      Where the impeachment case stands as Democrats prepare to bring a barrage of new witnesses

      The first witnesses to the House impeachment hearings offered a cogent, damaging portrait of President Trump’s attempts to strong-arm Ukraine to investigate Democrats. Some of next week’s witnesses may offer a rebuttal. …read more Source:: Los Angeles...

      Ukraine’s young corruption fighters struggle against elites — and Donald Trump
      Nov14

      Ukraine’s young corruption fighters struggle against elites — and Donald Trump

      President Trump portrays Ukraine as a netherworld infested by corruption, which he says justifies his interaction with President Volodymyr Zelensky. In fact, an entire generation of younger Ukrainians is fighting corruption; they speak English, aspire to Western values, reject their country’s Soviet past, have turned away from Moscow – and...

      Newsletter: Building the case against Trump
      Nov14

      Newsletter: Building the case against Trump

      Here are the stories you shouldn’t miss today: TOP STORIES Building the Case Against Trump On Day 1 of the public impeachment inquiry hearings into President Trump, Democrats succeeded in more directly connecting Trump to alleged misconduct related to Ukraine while Republicans continued to cry foul. …read more Source:: Los Angeles...

      Column: How often has Trump changed his story on Ukraine? Let us count the ways
      Nov10

      Column: How often has Trump changed his story on Ukraine? Let us count the ways

      President Trump has changed his story on Ukraine so many times in the impeachment probe that it’s hard to keep up. Here’s a score card. …read more Source:: Los Angeles...

      Top Ukraine diplomat Bill Taylor threatened to quit over ‘nightmare’ Trump demand, transcript shows
      Nov07

      Top Ukraine diplomat Bill Taylor threatened to quit over ‘nightmare’ Trump demand, transcript shows

      Previously disclosed text messages show William B. Taylor Jr. navigating the interests of Trump and his personal lawyer, Rudolph W. Giuliani, outside the normal State Department processes. …read more Source:: Los Angeles...

      Indicted Ukrainian oligarch embraces Trump’s theories as he fights extradition
      Oct31

      Indicted Ukrainian oligarch embraces Trump’s theories as he fights extradition

      Ukrainian oligarch Dmytri Firtash, who is charged in a federal bribery case in Chicago, has thrust himself into the center of the debate over President Trump’s efforts to influence Ukraine. …read more Source:: Los Angeles...

      Army officer gives Democrats fresh ammunition on Trump and Ukraine
      Oct29

      Army officer gives Democrats fresh ammunition on Trump and Ukraine

      Alexander Vindman testifies as part of House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry about President Trump’s July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. …read more Source:: Los Angeles...

      Column: Trump and Ukraine: Putin’s got skin in this game, too
      Oct27

      Column: Trump and Ukraine: Putin’s got skin in this game, too

      President Trump doesn’t have a long history of dealing with Ukraine, but does have a record of admiration for Russian President Vladimir Putin. …read more Source:: Los Angeles...