The former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, got a rousing reception at a jazz club in Washington DC, in footage taken two days after she gave emotional evidence on Capitol Hill. On Friday, Yovanovitch appeared before the House Intelligence Committee to testify about her removal as the ambassador to Ukraine in the ongoing impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. She told lawmakers: “I mean, after 33 years of service to our country, it was terrible. It’s not the way I wanted my career to end.” During the hearing, Trump tweeted that “everywhere Marie Yovanovitch went turned bad” and that he has the “absolute right to appoint ambassadors” as he saw fit. But in a dramatic moment, Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff asked Yovanovitch to commen t on Trump’s Twitter attack, prompting her to say, “It’s very intimidating.” Meanwhile on Sunday night, she was spotted attending a show by Cuban-American jazz trumpeter Arturo Sandoval at the jazz club Blues Alley, in Georgetown. As she took her seat in the club, she was spotted by another audience member, and the crowd broke out into applause. Members of the audience are heard shouting “thank you”, “I love you so much” and “we… Read full this story
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