“Trump let Zelensky down. Three times he told him: ‘Go meet with Putin,’” gloated one prominent Russian TV host.
The House wants a trove of documents and communications from Sam Kislin, who helped Trump stave off bankruptcy and helped fund Giuliani’s political campaigns.
Ukraine officials see no indication Biden or his son broke their laws. If Trump wants them investigated in Kyiv, his government will need to say why and what for.
Klitschko is proud of Kiev, the city he runs, but his record is mixed, and now he’s angling for higher office.
Russians continue to insist that somehow the Americans were behind the atrocity that slaughtered 298 people, blown out of the sky over Eastern Ukraine in July 2014.
The vast majority of Ukrainians want corrupt officials thrown out of office and, in many cases, arrested. But will this be about justice, or just settling scores?
Olena Zelenska used to write gags for the TV comedy that got her husband elected president of Ukraine. But she says their commitment to freedom and democracy is no joke.