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White House Goes Into Damage Control Mode After Chief Of Staff's Comments On Ukraine

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White House Goes Into Damage Control Mode After Chief Of Staff's Comments On Ukraine

White House Goes Into Damage Control Mode After Chief Of Staff's Comments On Ukraine

Nikole Killion reports on White House walking back Mick Mulvaney's statements confirming quid pro quo in dealings with Ukraine (10-18-2019)


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