Catherine Herridge of Fox News Channel reports that the former Ukraine special envoy testified and confirmed that there was no quid pro quo!
Information about the transcribed Volker interview shows the Ukrainians were never pressured and did not view the president’s call as inappropriate or his actions as well.
New York Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin says former U.S. Envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker came across as candid and genuine during his closed-door testimony on Capitol Hill.
Volker had handed over information about communication between diplomats about President Trump and Ukraine:
“He put a “dagger to the heart” of Schiff’s impeachment of Trump.
Our previous report on Special Envoy Volker:
Breaking news reports that President Trump’s U.S. Envoy to Ukraine has resigned today.
Kurt Volker’s resignation was first reported by The State Press, the student newspaper of Arizona State University, where Volker serves as executive director of the school’s McCain Institute (see more on this below).
Volker resigned today after reports he collaborated with Ukraine and President Donald Trump.
An Arizona State University official confirmed Volker’s resignation Friday.
Volker met with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo today to announce he would be resigning because he was mentioned in the recent whistleblower complaint against President Trump.
Volker on the left below greeting the former President of Ukraine:
According to the complaint, Volker encouraged Rudy Giuliani to contact Ukraine.
Arizona Central reports that Rudy Giuliani took to Fox News and Twitter with screenshots of multiple text conversations that he said shows an effort by Kurt Volker and others to put him in touch with people surrounding Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky, who was elected in May.
He also helped organize meetings with Giuliani and Ukrainian officials.