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White House - Sondland testimony 'exonerates' Trump

Reuters India Wednesday, 20 November 2019
The White House seized on one portion of the testimony from U.S. envoy Gordon Sondland during a House of Representatives' impeachment hearing on Wednesday and said it "completely exonerates" President Donald Trump.
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