Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union, is scheduled to testify Wednesday before the House Intelligence Committee.
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Sondland has become a key figure because he is an ally of Trump, but also testified about demands for investigations that were made of Ukraine while military aid was withheld.
Sondland told the inquiry Oct. 17 that Trump assured him repeatedly that there was no quid pro quo for Ukraine to begin investigations in exchange for military aid. But he amended his sworn testimony Nov. 4 to say that he met with Ukrainians in Warsaw Sept. 1 and told them that the resumption of aid depended upon an anti-corruption announcement.
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