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Washington Post PoliticsOct 18, 2019
Impeachment inquiry shows Trump at the center of Ukraine efforts against rivals
Despite weeks of denials from the president and his defenders, a growing body of evidence details how Trump repeatedly pushed both the U.S. and Ukrainian governments to intervene in domestic political concerns.

Reuters PoliticsOct 18, 2019
White House aide's words on Ukraine upend impeachment strategy, rattle allies
A top White House aide's suggestion that President Donald Trump wanted a political favor from Ukraine in exchange for military aid upended the administration's impeachment strategy and left Republican allies flummoxed and frustrated.

Yahoo PoliticsOct 18, 2019
Pentagon expert could reveal key details in Ukraine probe
Laura Cooper, who played a crucial role in trying to move the Ukrainian aid forward, is set to testify Friday in the impeachment inquiry being led by Adam Schiff, the House Intelligence Committee chairman.

The Daily BeastOct 17, 2019
Mick Mulvaney Has Conservatives Asking: WTF Are You Doing?
Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily BeastOver the course of about 40 minutes on Thursday, President Donald Trump's acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, made two startling admissions: that U.S. military aid to Ukrainian had been contingent on an investigation into a debunked 2016 election-interference conspiracy theory and that politics was influencing his boss' foreign policy.

And if all but admitting the president engaged in quid pro quo wasn't enough, he then proceeded to act like it was the most natural thing in the world… until a few hours later, when he pretended it never happened at all.

It was, in short, a remarkable afternoon for the acting chief of staff, whose standing in the White House seems a bit more precarious by the day as he himself gets drawn further into impeachment proceedings threatening the president. 

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Democracy NowOct 16, 2019
Mehdi Hasan: "There Should Only Be Two Front-Runners Right Now: Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren"
Twelve candidates took to the stage for the fourth round of the Democratic presidential debate in Westerville, Ohio, Tuesday to spar over healthcare, foreign policy, impeachment, gun violence, economic inequality and more. Senator Elizabeth Warren — who is now leading some national polls — repeatedly came under attack from her rivals. In the first debate since Senator Bernie Sanders suffered a heart attack two weeks ago, the Vermont senator advocated for a Green New Deal, Medicare for All and a wealth tax. Former Vice President Joe Biden attacked the proposals of both Sanders and Warren and faced scrutiny for his son Hunter's dealings in Ukraine. We host a roundtable with Intercept senior contributor Mehdi Hasan, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston and journalist Kate Aronoff.
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