Former Ukrainian envoy Kurt Volker’s testimony has thrown a wrench into Democrat impeachment attempts and cast a shadow of doubt over the whole narrative that Trump conspired with the Ukraine to take down Biden.
Volker – whose name appeared in the whistleblower’s complaint and would know a lot about communications with the Ukraine – has not furthered the impeachment narrative as Dems hoped, but rather only served to defend President Trump against the impeachment attempt.
In encrypted text messages between Volker and other U.S. officials, our nation’s ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland also made it clear that there was no quid pro quo in President Trump’s call to the Ukrainian president.
US Ambassador To The EU Argues Trump Was Clear On His ‘Intentions’: ‘No Quid Pro Quo’s Of Any Kind’ https://t.co/O2bIu1ibTs
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) October 4, 2019
House dems release pages of Volker texts. In last exchanges, Taylor says, “it’s crazy