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Marie Yovanovitch Says Trump's Tweets Against Her Were 'Intimidating'

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Marie Yovanovitch Says Trump's Tweets Against Her Were 'Intimidating'

Marie Yovanovitch Says Trump's Tweets Against Her Were 'Intimidating'

President Donald Trump attacked former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine on Twitter.

According to Reuters, Marie Yovanovitch testified that Trump said wherever she went “turned bad.” Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff then asked Yovanovitch an important question.

He asked how Yovanovitch reacted and she said the attack was “very intimidating.” This comes after she was called to testify in Trump’s impeachment hearing in Congress.

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