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State Department official's impeachment inquiry testimony pokes holes in GOP defense

CBS News Tuesday, 19 November 2019
Four officials are testifying Tuesday in the public impeachment hearings, including three who have first-hand knowledge of the call at the center of the proceedings between President Trump and the president of Ukraine. But it's what State Department official David Holmes said in his closed-door testimony that is poking holes in Republicans’ defense. Nancy Cordes reports.
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