Donald Trump's ambassador to the E.U. is called a 'national security risk' by former top aide to the president for lack of knowledge and using his personal cellphone for diplomatic business
The former White House foreign policy adviser who was questioned by House impeachment investigators on Monday said she viewed the U.S. Ambassador to the European Union as a national security risk, it was revealed Wednesday.
Two people familiar with her 10-hour closed-door testimony told The New York Times that she revealed in her deposition that Gordon Sondland, a Trump donor-turned-ambassador, would often use his personal cell phone for official diplomatic business.
She also told the panel, made up of three House committees that he extended an open invitation to foreign...