Key witnesses will be questioned on whether the Trump administration withheld nearly $400 million in aid to Ukraine and a meeting between the two leaders in exchange for an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden.
On today’s “Start Here” podcast, ABC News Senior National Correspondent Terry Moran and ABC News’ Trish Turner lay out the cases that House Democrats and Republicans are trying to make.
“Every citizen will want to lean in and hear what the evidence is in this effort to put the president on trial and perhaps remove him from office,” Moran says.
The justices grappled with the rationale behind ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and the consequences it would have for 700,000 young immigrants and their families, communities and employers, according to ABC News’ Devin Dwyer.
“Did the president give adequate justification? What about his discretion to set immigration policy?” Dwyer tells the podcast. “All eyes are on Chief Justice Roberts. He didn’t show a lot of his hand.”
“It isn’t war, but it is really advanced civil disorder and like I say every time I come back here, it gets worse, the gulf between the two sides gets greater, the chances of resolution just seem to be ever and ever vaguer,” ABC News Senior Foreign Correspondent Ian Pannell says from Hong Kong.
Why Even More Democrats Are Thinking About Entering The Presidential Race: Michael Bloomberg, Eric Holder, Deval Patrick — even Hillary Clinton? What’s the explanation behind all of the late entries for 2020?