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State Department official's testimony details efforts to pressure Ukraine

CBS News Thursday, 7 November 2019 ()
In newly released testimony, a career official in the State Department said President Trump wanted the leader of Ukraine to make a public statement including the words, "investigations, Biden and Clinton." George Kent said that was his understanding based on conversations with other administration officials. Nancy Cordes has the latest.
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An ex-State Department official said he &quot;did not&quot; feel the department was supportive of his complaints about how an ambassador was treated publicly.

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