New information is coming to light about the investigation into the origins of the whistleblower complaint and how it first came from the CIA. One America’s Jack Posobiec has the details.
The House Intelligence Committee will hold more public hearings this week in the ongoing impeachment probe. Testimonies will start Tuesday and will continue through Thursday. During that time, eight witnesses will take the stand.
Impeachment may have been the focal point of last week’s news, but One America’s Stefan Kleinhenz has more on what the mainstream media missed from the nation’s capitol.
President Trump recently called into question the foreign service record of impeachment witness Marie Yovanovitch. In a tweet Friday, the president said “everywhere Yovanovitch went turned bad.” He pointed at first to Somalia and then at Ukraine. He then pointed out he has the right to appoint ambassadors as commander-in-chief.
The last president to go through an impeachment inquiry recently offered some words of advice for President Trump. While speaking to CNN Thursday, former President Bill Clinton urged the president to continue working on his agenda.
Republican lawmakers say Wednesday’s public impeachment hearing was a dud for Democrats. One America’s John Hines has more from Capitol Hill.
House Minority Whip Steve Scalise discusses the impeachment inquiry with One America News ahead of the first public hearings.
Democrats are zeroing in on new information revealed in the testimony of acting Ukraine ambassador Bill Taylor, who claimed one of his staffers overheard a cell phone conversation between European Union ambassador Gordon Sondland and President Trump.
As the impeachment inquiry continues, new details are emerging about the whistleblower who started the whole process. One America’s Jack Posobiec sat down with a former CIA officer to learn more.