Close witnesses kick off big week; Live video and updates from Tuesday's Trump impeachment hearing
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Close witnesses kick off big week; Live video and updates from Tuesday's Trump impeachment hearing

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The House impeachment hearing of President Donald Trump continues Tuesday with two foreign policy experts who listened to the July 25 Ukraine call, followed by an envoy tied to negotiations with the country.

Tuesday’s sessions at the House Intelligence Committee starts with Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, an Army officer at the National Security Council, and Jennifer Williams, his counterpart at Vice President Mike Pence’s office.

Both are foreign policy experts who listened with concern as Trump spoke on July 25 with the newly elected Ukraine president.

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Alexander Vindman, Jennifer Williams and Kurt Volker

Tuesday’s sessions at the House Intelligence Committee will start with Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, an Army officer at the National Security Council, left; and Jennifer Williams, his counterpart at Vice President Mike Pence’s office. The finish in the afternoon with Ukrainian envoy Kurt Volker, who was closely involved in negotiations with Ukrainian officials as they tried to figure out how to meet Trump’s demands.

The committee will later hear from former Ukrainian envoy Kurt Volker — one of the so-called “three amigos” who had taken the lead on Ukrainian policy outside normal channels. He was closely involved in negotiations with Ukrainian officials as they tried to figure out how to meet Trump’s demands. 

Volker will testify alongside Tim Morrison, a former National Security Council aide who oversaw Europe and Russia Policy.

Watch live video from ABC News above. Follow the latest political commentary on Twitter below.

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