Sondland says Ukraine had to publicly announce investigations to receive coveted White House meeting

During U.S. Ambassador Gordon Sondland's testimony for the House impeachment inquiry, he said that in order for Ukraine to get a meeting with the White House, they had to first publicly announce they were investigating Burisma. He added that he "never heard Mr. Goldman or anyone say that the investigations had to start or be completed," making it appear they didn't actually care if the investigations were done or not, just that they were announced.