Yovanovitch communicates with The staffer on the ‘tricky’ question, according to the complaint, emails show, despite testimony

nearvideo democratic staff member by E-Mail to the Ambassador of Ukraine to discuss ‘sensitive’ topic the following whistleblower complaint

Assistant by E-Mail about ‘time critical’ Problem days after the complaint was filed.

EXCLUSIVE: the Former U.S. Ambassador to the Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, the state’s star witness in the house Democrats ” impeachment inquiry communicated to, via your personal E-Mail account with a Democratic Congress-person on a “very tender” and “time-sensitive” thing — just two days after the whistleblower suit, the request was filed, and a month before the lawsuit became public, E-Mails Thursday from Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” show.

To speak of the E-Mails Yovanovitch deposition seem to be on Capitol Hill last month, in which you get told U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin, R-NY, via E-Mail. Aug. 14 of the staff member, Laura Carey — but stated, under oath, that you never responded.

The message came “from the Committee on Foreign Affairs,” and “she wanted me to come and talk about it, I think the circumstances of my departure,” in may as an Ambassador in the Ukraine, Yovanovitch testifies, describes Carey, the first E-Mail. “I warned the State Department, because I’m still an employee, and so it is usually handled by the State Department.”

Yovanovitch continued: “So, send them to me via E-Mail. I warned asked the State Department and the, you know, you deal with the correspondence. And, she wrote me back and said, you know, ” with Whom should I contact?'”

Fox News is told, it is a violation of the normal procedure for conference staff to reach out to a current State Department employees use their personal E-Mail address service.

The former U.S. Ambassador to the Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch on Capitol Hill in October. (Associated Press)

Directly asked, whether you responded to Carey’s overtures, Yovanovitch testified only that someone in the “Legislative Affairs Office” to the Department of State responded to Carey, to the best of your knowledge.

Yovanovitch does not indicate that it has reacted to Carey, the first E-Mail in any way, and expressly testified that she is not Carey answers ‘ s follow-up E-Mail, you should contact the State Department.

However, E-Mails, which showed of Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight”, that, in fact, Yovanovitch Carey responded to the first Aug. 14-E-Mail, in writing, to chat that you “would gladly return and am happy with them.”

On Aug. 14, Carey Yovanovitch achieved with pleasantries about the last time the two “crossed” — had “if I was to detail, in order” to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee — before noting that Carey had resigned from the State Department to work with the house Committee on Foreign Affairs personnel for the implementation of supervision.


“I am writing to see if you had the time to meet and chat in particular, I hope to discuss some Ukraine-related Supervisory issues, which we explore,” Carey wrote to the Yovanovitch. “I would appreciate the opportunity to ground-truth a few pieces of information with you, some of them very sensitive/time – insensitive, and so we want to make sure that we get it right.”

Carey continued: “Could you let me know if you have to connect any time this week or next? You come to a location of your choice, or, to speak if not easier, by telephone on one of the numbers listed below. I am also this weekend if meeting for coffee is working.”


On Aug. 15, Yovanovitch replied: “thanks for the reach — and congratulations on your new job. I would love to join you and look forward to chat with you. I know EUR [Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs], that you are interested in talking to, and you will be in contact with you shortly.”

On Aug. 19, Carey wrote: “Great-thanks for the reply and I look forward to hearing from you. As already mentioned, it would be ideal to have a connection this week… provided this week for you is feasible schedule-wise?”

Zeldin told Fox News on Thursday, it was “very”, that Yovanovitch can, have incorrectly stated that you don’t personally Carey’s E-Mail.


“I would strongly said to suspect that this Democratic staffer was the work associated in any way with the whistleblower, the effort in this indictment a Farce,” Zeldin. “We know that the whistleblower was in touch with [House Intelligence Committee Chairman] Adam ship-to-team before the whistleblower even had a lawyer or filed a whistleblower complaint, although the ship had lied to the public, the claims originally that there was no contact. In addition, while the content of the E-Mail of this member of staff to Ambassador Yovanovitch clear what the conversation would be in relation to, Yovanovitch, as I asked you, specifically, what the employee was looking to talk, not for these details.”

Zeldin added: “I asked for extra, whether the Democratic staffer was answered Yovanovitch, or the State Department. It is very worrying that Ambassador Yovanovitch have no answer to my question so sincerely, as you should, especially if you are under oath.”

“It is very worrying that Ambassador Yovanovitch have no answer to my question so sincerely, as you should, especially if you are under oath.”

— U.S. REP Lee Zeldin, R-NY

A democratic house Committee of Foreign Affairs spokesman, however, the range is characterized as harmless, saying it was in reference to the Yovanovitch public ostracism, as the envoy in the Ukraine.

“The Committee heard was from an Ambassador whose task is cut short, under unusual circumstances,” the spokesman said. “These staff outreach was part of the months long efforts culminated in the September 9 opening of the investigation into these events. The Congress has a constitutional obligation to conduct oversight. The State Department did not say to do Congress, as that job will, and should, of Northern Ireland, has more to do with the culture of retribution and impunity under this government.”


Neither Carey nor the State Department immediately responded to Fox News’ requests for comment.



President Trump ordered to be summoned Yovanovitch back, from her post in may of this year, following accusations of partiality and political bias. Democrats have suggested, your service was terminated, so that the trump management, the implementation of illegal foreign policy with the Ukraine.

George Kent, a career civil servant in the State Department, told the house investigators leading the charge request, a Ukrainian official said to him, Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani had.conspired with Yuriy Lutsenko, the throw then-Prosecutor General of Ukraine, “the mud” as part of a “campaign of slander” against Yovanovitch


That charge came in testimony earlier Thursday released.

“Now, Mr. Giuliani was almost obvious from the middle of March,” Kent said investigators. “As the news-campaign or a campaign of slander against not only the Ambassador Yovanovitch unfolded, he had a very high presence in the media, so he was on TV, his Twitter feed and it was all focused on the Ukraine.”

“Tucker Carlson Tonight” investigative producer Alex Pfeiffer contributed to this report.

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