“Easy come, easy go,” Sondland responded when told Trump disowned him.
“I didn’t change my testimony,” he told a KATU reporter, “but I can’t answer any questions.”
The transcript of his initial, Oct. 17 testimony shows Sondland used the phrase “I don’t remember” 36 times and “I don’t recall” another nine times.
“He’s got problems with what the president is doing, especially the Ukraine stuff.”
A U.S. Army officer says Sondland delivered a quid pro quo to the Ukrainians—and knew what he was doing.
“That’s extremely difficult to swallow.”
The decision comes one day after a congressman called for a boycott.
Sondland is active in local politics—except in the most basic way.
In all, 24 states and two cities filed suit agains the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to continue to be able to set higher standard than federal government.