While the public impeachment hearings are finished for now, Yovanovitch is still an employee at the State Department, serving under Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Overall, only 11 percent believed that Trump will be removed from office; a plurality (41 percent) expected impeachment in the House followed by acquittal in the GOP-controlled Senate.
These results suggest that a majority of registered voters have been largely convinced by the case House Democrats are making in Washington: that Trump pressured Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son by using almost $400 million in military assistance as a quid pro quo - and that he overstepped the bounds of the presidency in the process.
Mr. Trump told "Fox and Friends" he questioned why House Republicans were being "nice" to Yovanovitch during her testimony.
It is noted the Russian intelligence officers conveyed the information to prominent Russians and Ukrainians who then used a range of intermediaries, like oligarchs, businessmen and their associates, to pass the material to American political figures and even some journalists, who were likely unaware of its origin, the officials said.
Now Trump ally Lindsey Graham, a senator from SC, has asked the State Department for documents on the Bidens and Burisma, the gas company. "I still want to see that server. I just think the best thing for the country is to get this done quickly, but it's got to be done in a way that is acceptable to the body".
Graham said while the Clinton model is a good one for a potential Trump trial, it doesn't have to be in terms of timing.
Trump weighed in on some of the public testimony by witnesses, saying he doesn't know former special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker, and said of US Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, "I hardly know him".
Bolton said he didn't want to have any part of it and left his post in September, not long after the whistleblower filed the complaint.
Some athletes, including members of the World Cup-winning women's national soccer team and Sean Doolittle from the World Series champion Washington Nationals, have declined the White House invitations from Trump.
"This ambassador that everyone says is so wonderful she wouldn't hang my picture in the embassy ok?"
He also went after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, whom he described as "crazy as a bedbug" and "not talented" and "highly overrated".