Today's edition of quick hits.
NBC News Legal Analyst Andrew Weissman says that Gordon Sondland's lawyer may have had a 'tough' conversation with Sondland and is 'hoping his client is telling the truth this time.'
In her memoir, “Jet Girl”, former U.S. Navy Weapons Systems Officer, Caroline Johnson, details her role in the fight against terror. She joins Ali Velshi to share her message for young women and girls who want to pursue their dreams in the U.S. armed
On his contentious moment with Gordon Sondland, Congressman Maloney says, “I wanted there to be a little accountability for Gordon Sondland, who I thought was a little smug through a lot of today’s hearings … We appreciate his candor but we should be
Former Ambassador Michael McFaul says it was a good strategy for Gordon Sondland to start his testimony by pulling ‘everyone under the bus with him.’
The New York Times' Mike Schmidt shares his reporting on how Amb. Gordon Sondland's testimony creates pressure on other officials to testify -- in particular Sec. Mike Pompeo, Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, and John Bolton.
On the Sondland testimony, Ari Melber says: “When the evidence helps you, you try to get it in. When the evidence hurts you, you try to get it out. They’re trying to get the evidence out. And that’s part of what Sondland was calling them out on. ”
Sondland described was a scenario in which Team Trump cared about acquiring a talking point that could be used to embarrass Joe Biden -- and nothing else.
Nicolle Wallace fact checks House Republicans, saying that without much to defend following Ambassador Gordon Sondland's impeachment testimony, the GOP is "spinning to the point of lying."
On the Gordonn Sondland testimony, Ari Melber says, “I have not seen testimony like this to date in the Trump era … I have never seen a day in the Trump presidency like this ever."