Vindman says 'no ambiguity' that U.S. ambassador asked Ukraine to investigate Biden


A U.S. national-security adviser told lawmakers leading an impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump there was "no ambiguity" that a U.S. ambassador told Ukrainian officials to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, according to testimony released on Friday. (Reuters Politics) More More

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