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Kurt Volker, citing Biden link, becomes latest witness to revise testimony

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Kurt Volker, citing Biden link, becomes latest witness to revise testimony
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News video: Kurt Volker Shuts Down Justifications For Investigating The Bidens

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Former U.S. special representative to Ukraine, Kurt Volker was called to testify. Republicans called on Volker to be a witness in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. In his testimony, Volker shut down allegations of corruption against the Bidens. According to Business Insider, the...

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