The House will hold the first public hearings of the inquiry this week as they investigate whether Trump violated his oath of office by pushing Ukraine to investigate his political rival.
Croft and Anderson's testimonies were released several hours after the testimony of top Pentagon official Laura Cooper was also released on Monday.
Paula Reid, CBS News White House correspondent focusing on the Justice Department and legal affairs.
Mr Trump and some of his supporters have argued that the funds - approved by the US Congress to help combat Russian-backed separatists in the eastern part of Ukraine - were blocked by Mr Trump to press Mr Zelenskiy's Government to fight corruption, not to seek an investigation of Mr Biden and his son Hunter, who served on the board of a Ukrainian energy company.
"There was just this issue of the White House chief of staff has conveyed that the president has concerns about Ukraine", she testified.
The Democratic-led U.S. House of Representatives committees leading the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump on Monday released a transcript of a Pentagon official's testimony as Trump continued to seethe over the investigation.
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She said that all United States national security departments and agencies agreed that the military aid was essential despite the White House's hesitation to release it.
According to Taylor, there was a concerted effort by what he referred to as this "irregular, informal channel of US policy-making" to pressure Ukraine to commit to opening investigations into unproven allegations of Ukrainian interference in the 2016 USA election, as well as into the gas company Burisma.
"My sense is that all of the senior leaders of the USA national security departments and agencies were all unified in their - in their view that this assistance was essential", she said. Democrats recognize that the onus is on them to make the case to independent voters who don't have time to sift through thousands of pages of transcripts alleging presidential misconduct. First, they believe that the process of impeaching a president requires a completed probe. They make the case that Democrats failed to present any evidence of quid pro quo in Trump's July 25 call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. "And at that meeting the deputies agreed to look into the legalities and to look at what was possible", Cooper added.
Cooper told investigators that she was visited in August by Kurt Volker, the US special envoy to Ukraine, who explained there was a "statement" that the Ukraine government could make to get the security money flowing.
In fact, almost every witness who has appeared before the impeachment inquiry - including Trump appointee and National Security Council official Tim Morrison - has testified that Trump was not looking at corruption generally, something NSC official Fiona Hill called a "code" for going after the Bidens, including the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate.
"Lawmakers plan to question Mr. Taylor and George P. Kent, a senior American diplomat who oversees policy in the region, during a televised joint session on Wednesday".