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Zelensky says there was "no blackmail" in call with Trump

CBS News Friday, 11 October 2019
Ukraine President Zelensky denies he was ever pressured by President Trump during their controversial phone call. He fielded questions about the impeachment inquiry at a lengthy press conference in Kyiv. Seth Doane was there.
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