Explore key documents related to the Trump impeachment inquiry

The House’s impeachment inquiry of President Trump began with two documents: a formal intelligence agency whistleblower complaint and the transcript of a July 25 call between Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. The whistleblower said Trump encouraged the Ukrainian leader to meddle in the 2020 election, an allegation corroborated by a rough transcript of the phone call released Sept. 24 by the White House.

The White House maintains Trump did nothing wrong and has said Democrats are unfairly targeting the president. Written testimony from many witnesses in House hearings and depositions underscore the accusations of the president’s misconduct.

Below are key documents at the center of this evolving story.

Jump to recent documents.

Whistleblower complaint

Click to view PDF

An anonymous intelligence official filed a complaint alleging that “multiple U.S. Government officials” had told him that Trump “is using the power of his office to solicit interference from a foreign country in the 2020 U.S. election.” The whistleblower said that on a call between Trump and Zelensky — a call that by his own admission the whistleblower did not hear — Trump asked the Ukrainian president to “initiate or continue an investigation” into former vice president and political rival Joe Biden and his son Hunter and urged him to speak with his personal lawyer, Rudolph W. Giuliani, and Attorney General William P. Barr.

Trump-Zelensky phone call transcript

Click to view PDF

The White House released an edited transcript of the call between Trump and Zelensky, saying it would prove there was no “quid pro quo.” According to the summary, Zelensky asked Trump for more military aid and Trump said, “I would like you to do us a favor though” and asked for investigations into a conspiracy theory related to a Democratic National Committee server and the unfounded allegation that Biden acted corruptly when he urged Ukraine to fire its top prosecutor.

Examine documents related to the congressional impeachment investigation of President Trump. This page surfaces recently released documents first and will update as additional documents are released.

Released Nov. 16Jennifer Williams’ testimony transcript
Released Nov. 16Timothy Morrison’s testimony transcript
Released Nov. 15Marie Yovanovitch’s testimony transcript
Released Nov. 15Marie Yovanovitch’s opening statement
Released Nov. 15Rough transcript of first call between President Trump and President Zelensky of Ukraine
Released Nov. 14Transcript of the Nov. 13 House Intelligence Committee hearing
Released Nov. 13George Kent’s opening statement
Released Nov. 13Ambassador William B. Taylor’s opening statement
Released Nov. 11Catherine Croft’s testimony transcript
Released Nov. 11Christopher Anderson’s testimony transcript
Released Nov. 11Laura Cooper’s testimony transcript
Released Nov. 8Fiona Hill’s testimony transcript
Released Nov. 8Lieutenant Colonel Alexander S. Vindman’s testimony transcript
Released Nov. 7George Kent’s testimony transcript
Released Nov. 6Ambassador William B. Taylor’s testimony transcript
Released Nov. 5Kurt Volker’s testimony transcript
Released Nov. 5Text messages provided to impeachment investigators by Kurt Volker
Released Nov. 5Gordon Sondland’s testimony transcript
Released Nov. 5Gordon Sondland’s supplemental declaration
Released Nov. 4Michael McKinley’s deposition transcript
Released Nov. 4Marie Yovanovitch’s deposition transcript
Released Oct. 30Christopher Anderson’s opening statement
Released Oct. 30Catherine Croft’s opening statement
Released Oct. 29Lieutenant Colonel Alexander S. Vindman’s opening statement
Released Oct. 22Ambassador William B. Taylor’s opening statement
Released Oct. 17Gordon Sondland’s opening statement
Released Oct. 11Marie Yovanovitch’s prepared deposition statement
Released Oct. 10U.S. vs Lev Parnas et al. indictment
Released Oct. 8Letter from White House counsel Pat Cipollone to House leaders
Released Oct. 3Text message excerpts between U.S. diplomats, Giuliani and a Ukrainian aide
Released Sept. 26Whistleblower complaint
Released Sept. 25President Trump’s July 25 phone call with Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelensky
Showing 60 of 32 documents.

Colby Itkowitz

Colby Itkowitz currently covers politics and Congress for The Washington Post. She previously covered health policy, anchored the 'Inspired Life' blog and co-wrote the 'In the Loop' column. She joined the Post in March 2014.

Share