Since the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump began, the president and his allies have vigorously denied the notion of a quid pro quo agreement.
That supposed agreement involves the releasing of military aid to Ukraine in exchange for an investigation into the Biden family.
As public impeachment hearings enter their second week, a growing number of key figures have offered account supporting the notion of a quid pro quo.
On Wednesday, Gordon Sondland, Trump's ambassador to the European Union, plainly said Trump wanted a quid pro quo arrangement.
At least five other figures with knowledge of the supposed agreement have reinforced the notion of a quid pro quo in their impeachment inquiry testimonies.
A central point of contention during president Trump's impeachment hearing has revolved around whether or not a quid pro quo agreement occurred.
President Trump and his allies have vigorously denied any notion of a quid pro quo since the impeachment inquiries began. »