North Korea fired what appeared to be two short-range ballistic missiles on Thursday, a move that comes as it has threatened to walk away from sputtering nuclear talks unless President Trump offers up concessions by year end.
Johnny: "THE FACTS: That’s misleading. Ukrainians knew or at least suspected that hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid were frozen when the call took place, according to testimony heard by House investigators." That is itself misleading. The hold was put in place just about a week before the call and there was no schedule for payments to be made or a missed payment that would cause them to be suspicious of anything. On July 25th, they send an email asking what the status of the aid was, not in response to Trump's hold, but simply because it had been about six months since Congress authorized the aid in the first place.