Sunday broadcasts set Gordon Sondland's next story
The conversation also focused on the upcoming testimony of the US ambassador to the EU, Gordon Sondland, scheduled for Wednesday morning.
Sondland, one of the "Three Amigos" and a central figure of attention on the Ukrainian scandal, revised his initial statement before the House investigators to include the admission that a pro quid What was at stake after all, pushing Trump's defenders like Lindsey Graham to speculate that he could be a "double agent". Ridiculous, especially since the man donated a million dollars to the inauguration committee of the persistent.
About ABC This weekNew York Democrat Sean Maloney, member of the Chamber of Deputies Intelligence Committee, told George Stephanopoulos that Sondland could shed new light on what he sees as a "bribe solicitation"
Sure State of the UnionSen. Democrat Chris Murphy said the ambassador would spend his weekend deciding, "Let his main loyalty be to America or his main loyalty to the President of the United States."
And on Fox News Sundayanother Connecticut Democrat, Jim Himes, denied that the case of opposition rests on Sondland. "I do not think it breaks a hole in the case … there is plenty of evidence that a corrupt deal has been prepared," he told Chris Wallace.