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State Department officials stand up to Trump as public impeachment hearings begin

CBS News Friday, 17 July 2020
Career diplomats took center stage as public impeachment hearings got underway into President Trump's dealings with Ukraine. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent and Ambassador William Taylor answered questions in front of lawmakers. New York Times diplomatic correspondent Lara Jakes joined CBSN to discuss their testimony.
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