Amb. Gordon Sondland's testimony Wednesday was the "most compelling" to date in the House Democrats' impeachment inquiry, according to Fox News legal analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.
"It was the most compelling we heard, and it directly tied in the president far greater than anybody else's testimony did," Judge Napolitano told Fox News' "Your World."
Judge Napolitano did admit Republicans "were able to poke some holes" in some of what Sondland said, before adding a caveat.
"But no one was able to shake him from his central thesis, and that was that everybody involved in this, from Rudy Giuliani to Mike Pence to Mike Pompeo to the president of the United States or the crew in Kyiv, was aware of the fact that the aid was being held up and now they know why," Napolitano added.
Napolitano, who has become a frequent critic of President Donald Trump projects articles of impeachment will advance to the Senate, but they "will die" there.
"What will carry water is the picture that Gordon Sondland painted today of a president willing to trade and seek political favors in return of something of national security," Napolitano said.
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