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Adam ​Schiff says Trump put his interests "above those of the nation"

CBS News Tuesday, 19 November 2019
In his opening statement Tuesday, Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff condemned President Trump, saying "To press a foreign leader to announce an investigation into a political rival, President Trump put his own political and personal interests above the nation."
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