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GAO: Trump Broke Budget Law When He Froze Ukraine Funds

NPR Thursday, 16 January 2020
In a new decision, a federal watchdog says President Trump broke a budget law when he froze funds to Ukraine, a decision at the heart of the impeachment trial.
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The White House violated federal law by withholding security aid approved by lawmakers for Ukraine, a nonpartisan congressional watchdog said on Thursday. Zachary Goelman reports.

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