Mulvaney: Probing 2016 election was a factor in withholding Ukraine aid
Friday, 18 October 2019 Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney undercut President Trump's claim that there was no quid pro quo in the decision to withhold aid from Ukraine. Jeff Mason, a White House correspondent for Reuters, Amber Phillips, who covers Congress for the Washington Post, and Christina Ruffini, a CBS News foreign affairs reporter, spoke to CBSN's "Red & Blue" about Mulvaney's comments, as well as the deal struck with Turkey on a ceasefire in Syria.
President Donald Trump's acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney on Thursday acknowledged that Trump held up $391 million in military aid to Ukraine in part to make the money contingent upon the Ukrainians investigating a U.S. domestic political matter involving the Democratic Party. Rough Cut (no...
American Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland talks about the dealings he was involved with relating to the Ukranian government. Sondland, the most highly anticipated witness in the public impeachment..
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