Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch – an Obama appointee – burned U.S. intelligence assets, according to anonymous sources with firsthand knowledge.
The House Intelligence, Foreign Affairs, and Oversight and Reform committees have summoned
Yovanovitch over the Trump administration's decision to recall her to Washington. She will testify behind closed doors, so it is unclear when or if the public will learn more information.
On last night's "Hannity," investigative reporter John Solomon reiterated
Yovanovitch allegedly blocked Ukrainian prosecutors from traveling to the United States to deliver evidence of election interference during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign to President Trump.
Yovanovich's swearing-in ceremony took place on August 18, 2016, at the height of the presidential election and simultaneous with Ukraine's alleged collusion with the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign.
Yovanovich's appointment came despite reports
she openly voiced her "disdain" for Donald Trump.
Then-Ukrainian Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenkoko told Solomon
that Yovanovitch handed him a "do not prosecute" list during their first meeting in Kiev.
According to our sources, some of the names on that infamous list included American spies operating in Ukraine – classified information.
The State Department vociferously denied Lutsenkoto's accusation.
If corroborated, it won't take a Rhodes scholar to conclude by sharing classified information, Yovanovitch put American lives in danger.
At times the U.S. government releases classified information to foreign governments under the auspices of diplomatic goodwill, as when the Obama administration provided Chilean President Michelle Bachelet with details on former dictator Augusto Pinochet. In such cases, the information is marked.
Solomon also alleged last night on "Hannity" that Yovanovich is monitoring reporters investigating the alleged conspiracy to damage the Trump campaign in 2016.