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Trump administration blocks U.S. ambassador's testimony in impeachment probe

Reuters Tuesday, 8 October 2019 ()
President Donald Trump's administration on Tuesday blocked the U.S. ambassador to the European Union from giving testimony in the House of Representatives' impeachment investigation of the Republican president.
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Trump Administration Says It Won't Participate in Impeachment Inquiry . White House Counsel Pat Cipollone made the statement in an eight page letter to the Democrats on Tuesday. The letter calls the Democrats' impeachment probe “illegitimate.”. Given that your inquiry lacks any legitimate...

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