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Gordon Sondland Reportedly Plans to Testify that Ukraine Quid Pro Quo Denial Came From Trump Himself

Mediaite Sunday, 13 October 2019
*Gordon Sondland* is reportedly backing away from President *Donald Trump*'s "no quid pro quo" characterization of his text conversations with the top U.S. diplomat to Ukraine.
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