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Pence denies Trump did anything wrong in call with Ukrainian president

CBS News Thursday, 7 November 2019 ()
"American people have the transcripts of the president's call. And they can see there was no quid pro quo," Pence told reporters in Concord, New Hampshire
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President Trump said that he will &quot;probably&quot; provide a transcript of an April call with Ukraine&apos;s President on Tuesday.

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