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White House Aide Confirms He Saw Signs of a Quid Pro Quo on Ukraine

NYTimes.com Thursday, 31 October 2019
Timothy Morrison, a National Security Council aide, said a top diplomat close to President Trump suggested a military aid package for Ukraine was conditioned on investigations into his political rivals.
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Sen. Chris Murphy said there was “no doubt” Ukraine felt pressure from the U.S. He said Ukraine felt the need to conform to President Donald Trump’s wishes. According to Politico, Murphy said there is evidence of a quid pro quo arrangement. The Trump administration denies allegations of quid...

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