A top adviser to Mike Pompeo resigned last week, and he's testifying to House Democrats in the impeachment probe today. That spells trouble for Trump.
This could be very bad news for Republicans.
McKinley, a former US ambassador, planned to open his testimony by telling investigators that his resignation was driven by his concern that the Department’s leadership was not supporting career foreign service officers, according to a source familiar. In the first hour of the testimony, McKinley specifically raised concerns about the removal of Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch from Ukraine, and how the State Department did little to protect her, said a source familiar with his remarks.
McKinley started to grow increasingly weary when a damning State Department Inspector General report came out in late August documenting alleged inappropriate leadership practices of Assistant Secretary Kevin Moley, a Trump appointee. McKinley viewed the decision not to fire Moley as “not only wrong, but unconscionable,” the source explained.
The extent to which his outrage at the state of affairs in the Trump administration outweighs his long relationship with Pompeo could determine how much damage he does in Wednesday’s testimony.Read more: Paste Magazine
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Recently resigned State Department adviser set to testify before CongressMichael McKinley, the former State Department adviser who resigned last week, is scheduled to testify Wednesday before the congressional committees leading the House impeachment investigation, according to two congressional sources. I see you fired the whistleblower 🤔🤔🤔 As President Trump faces an impeachment inquiry, it can be hard to keep up with all the daily twists and turns. Here are some ways to stay informed: Newsletter: Podcast: App alerts: exposeCNN
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