During the call, Holmes told members of the House Intelligence Committee the president pressed Sondland about whether Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy would "do the investigation" of former vice president Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, the Post reported.
Holmes said that after the call, Sondland said Trump did not care about Ukraine and was more concerned about possible probes against Biden and his son, the newspaper reported.
Original report: Holmes said during Friday's testimony that Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the EU, had told the president during a July cellphone call that Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy would move forward with the investigation Trump sought, according to CNN.
Holmes will be the ninth witness this week to testify before the impeachment inquiry committee.
Holmes said during his testimony Friday that Sondland called the president, and he could hear Trump because the call was so loud, CNN reported.