Washington, DC, issues Sunday night curfew as protests resume – media The mayor in her tweet also said she was activating the D.C. National Guard.
11:55, 01 June 2020
U.S. White House submits to Senate Keith Dayton nomination for Ukraine envoy post Former U.S. envoy Marie Yovanovitch completed her mission in late May 2019.
11:20, 15 May 2020
Zelensky remains ready to travel to U.S. White House to meet Trump – media He also discussed his unwanted role in the attempted impeachment of the U.S. president.
03:15, 07 March 2020
U.S. Justice Department acknowledges 24 emails reveal Trump's thinking on Ukraine – WP Heavily blacked-out versions of the emails in question were released in two batches in December in response to a lawsuit filed by the Center for Public Integrity after the administration ignored a Freedom of Information Act request for the materials.
14:00, 02 February 2020
White House to propose keeping Ukraine aid intact in new budget – media The money at issue comes from two programs: one administered by the Pentagon, and the other by the State Department.
09:27, 31 January 2020
White House laid groundwork to freeze Ukraine aid before Zelensky call – media That's what heavily redacted emails, released recently, suggest.
16:20, 22 January 2020
White House: Trump, Putin discussed Russia attack, arms control, relations – media No details were provided, but Russia said on Sunday it had thwarted attacks reportedly planned in St. Petersburg thanks to a tip from Washington.
14:07, 31 December 2019
Ex-White House officials say they feared Putin influenced president's views on Ukraine, 2016 campaign – media One former senior White House official said Trump even stated so explicitly at one point, saying he knew Ukraine was the real culprit because "Putin told me."
13:56, 20 December 2019
White House tells Democrats it will not participate in Trump impeachment hearing – media In a letter to Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, White House counsel Pat Cipollone called the Democrats' impeachment inquiry "completely baseless."
19:02, 07 December 2019
White House will not participate in Judiciary Committee hearing – CNN The Judiciary Committee's first hearing on "Constitutional Grounds for Presidential Impeachment" is expected to kick off a frantic month of activity in the House.
10:18, 02 December 2019
Trump says will probably release second Ukraine transcript on Tuesday – media Trump says he had two calls with the president of Ukraine.
23:09, 09 November 2019
Trump's May 29 letter promised 'unwavering' support to Ukraine – media In his letter, published for the first time, Trump pledges to stand by Kyiv no matter what.
12:51, 06 November 2019
Trump's EU ambassador to testify after Democrats' subpoena – media Sondland had been set to testify earlier this week, but his appearance was abruptly blocked by the State Department.
23:37, 11 October 2019
White House 'will not co-operate with impeachment inquiry' – BBC A letter sent to Democratic leaders rejected it as "baseless" and "constitutionally invalid."
10:24, 09 October 2019
CBS News: House committees issue new subpoenas in Ukraine probe The enclosed subpoena demands documents that are necessary for the Committees to examine the reasons behind the White House's decision to withhold critical military assistance to Ukraine.
22:59, 07 October 2019
CNN: White House says lawyers directed moving Ukraine call transcript to highly secure system The statement does not explain whether anyone else in the White House was part of the decision to put the documents in the more restrictive system.
21:57, 27 September 2019
White House confirms Zelensky-Trump meeting in New York Sept 25 The Ukrainian president will deliver a speech at the general debate of the UN General Assembly and attend the UN Sustainable Development Goals Summit.
12:28, 21 September 2019
Ukraine military aid extension passes U.S. House after White House delay – media The Senate is expected to take up and pass the stopgap spending bill as-is next week.
10:54, 20 September 2019
Trump administration orders freeze on congressionally-approved foreign aid – media Critics of the order, which was delivered in a letter to the agencies last weekend, estimate the move will prevent the agencies from distributing $2 billion to $4 billion in aid.
10:16, 08 August 2019