The Day with Brent Goff analyzes the Trump - Zelenskiy phone call with political journalist Galen Druke and DW's Kyiv correspondent, Nick Connolly.
For the first time on Wednesday, hearings for the impeachment investigation into Donald Trump will be held in public, on live TV. Those testifying are unlikely to have anything good to say about the president.
Three key officials linked to Ukraine will testify in an open forum next week. The open hearings appear to be a targeted shift from fact-finding to a public information campaign.
The resolution was the first major vote as Democrats press an impeachment inquiry against the president. It outlines the how the impeachment inquiry will move forward.
A military officer has testified that he heard and reported Donald Trump's push for Ukraine to investigate presidential challenger Joe Biden. The House is now set to vote on the next steps in any impeachment proceedings.
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