Still waiting for something more concrete than someone who claims to have overheard a phone conversation, or at least part of it, one side of it, that might have been Trump, but took place in a restaurant in Kiev under circumstances prohibited by rules preventing said conversation in public….
Congressman Chris Stewart: “Do you have any information regarding the President of the United States accepting any bribes?”
Congressman Chris Stewart: “Do you have any information regarding any criminal activity that the President of the United States has been involved with at all?”
And then we have this:
Kostiantyn Kulyk deputy director of Ukraine’s Prosecutor General’s International Legal Cooperation Dept. told John Solomon (The Hill) in April that for a year he’s been blocked from getting visas for himself and a team of senior law enforcement officials to go to the U.S. to deliver evidence of Democratic party wrongdoing during the 2016 election to the DOJ. The senior prosecutor said he never was able to make the trip because the visas were blocked by U.S. Ambassador Yovanovitch.