Democratic leaders announced Holmes' addition to the already crammed schedule Monday afternoon, saying he will testify Thursday morning alongside Fiona Hill, Trump's former National Security Council adviser on all things Russian Federation.
A former USA ambassador to Ukraine has told a U.S. lower house public hearing that she was abruptly dismissed without being given a reason.
Trump is alleged to have used USA military aid to Ukraine as leverage to pressure President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to investigate former United States vice president Joe Biden, a candidate for the Democratic nomination in the 2020 presidential election. In the recently released transcripts of closed-door depositions by Fiona Hill and Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, the two officials testified against President Trump.
During that private session, Holmes expanded on the July 26 call he had overheard.
"The president had every right, as a matter of fact, Congress actually stipulates that we can't be giving money to corrupt countries", Nunes said on Sunday.
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A handful of Republicans went on the Sunday talk shows to defend President Trump after a rough first week of public impeachment hearings.
After the call, Holmes said he asked Sondland whether it was true that Trump "did not give a s-t about Ukraine".
"The president in real-time is attacking you", Schiff said. "I asked why not, and Ambassador Sondland stated that the president only cares about 'big stuff'".
Mr Trump's July 25 phone call is at the heart of the House of Representatives' Democratic-led inquiry into whether the Republican president misused United States foreign policy to undermine former Democratic Vice President Joe Biden, one of his potential opponents in the 2020 election.