"Well, of course, all of this is worrying. As I said from the beginning, I think it's not okay. his political opponent, Rep. Mike Turner, a Republican in Ohio, tells CNN's Jake Tapper about "the Union."
"So no, this isn't okay," he added on Sunday.
On Saturday Morrison testified that US Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland acted on Trump's instructions in his dealings with Ukraine, according to Morrison's deposition, the president told him that President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky "must announce the opening of investigations" to former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, Morrison also testified that US aid to Ukraine was conditional on the country announcing an investigation into Bidens. ice because some of Biden in Ukraine has done something wrong.
Morrison's testimony, released by investigators of housekeepers on Saturday, adds further confirmation of the testimony of others, such as US diplomat Bill Taylor, that Sondland said he was acting in the direction of Trump when he called on Ukraine to announce political investigations.
In his CNN interview on Sunday, Turner also addressed tweets that Trump posted last week during former Ukrainian Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch's public testimony before the panel. The real-time respondent to the president's tweets, claiming that "everywhere Marie Yovanovitch went bad," the former official said they were "very scary."
"It really is not impossible to accomplish, and it really is not criminal and it really is not intimidation of witnesses. It was really not trying to stop her or would not have prevented her from testifying, she was actually in testifying. But still, I think the president's tweets are unhappy, "the congressman said.
" I think the president's tweets, in general, are unfortunate, along with most people, "Turner said.