According to transcripts released yesterday, White House budget official Mark Sandy testified last month that two colleagues quit shortly after President Donald Trump withheld military aid to Ukraine. Sandy didn't disclose their identities or directly tie their resignations to the matter — now the central question looming over impeachment investigators — but indicated that both staffers expressed "frustration." Such concerns could hint at the scope of dissent within the White House over Trump's decision.
What's next? The inquiry moves to the House Judiciary Committee next week, where lawmakers will consider whether to draft articles of impeachment.