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More impeachment details expected after top Trump ally's reversal

Reuters Wednesday, 6 November 2019 ()
More details in Congress' impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump are expected to be released on Wednesday, a day after transcripts revealed a top Trump donor-turned-diplomat reversed course and told investigators Ukrainian aid was tied to probes of political rivals sought by the U.S. president.
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