Impeachment witness says Trump asked about Ukraine probes


National News

November 13, 2019 - 2:26 PM

From left, George Kent, deputy assistant for European and Eurasian Affairs, and William B Taylor, top U.S. diplomat to Ukraine.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Career U.S. diplomat William Taylor advanced fresh testimony tying President Donald Trump to efforts pressing Ukraine to investigate Trump’s political rivals as House investigators launched historic public impeachment hearings Wednesday.

Republicans retorted that the Democrats still have no more than second- and third-hand knowledge of allegations that Trump held up millions of dollars in military aid from the Eastern European nation facing Russian aggression.

The hearing, the first on television for the nation to see, provided hours of partisan back-and-forth but so far no singular moment etched in the public consciousness as grounds for removing the 45th president from office.

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