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Trump / Impeachment / Ukraine Background / A Discussion (Part II) #1142457

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 30, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: Sara Murray) Tomorrow's vote in the House on the President Trump's impeachment hearings & breaking news on the run-up to Trump's phone call to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky with indications that NSC official Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman was convinced Trump was holding up aid to Ukraine to force a quid pro quo deal to investigate the Bidens reviewed; details given about the July 10 meeting between Ukraine officials & national security adviser John Bolton, Kurt Volker, Gordon Sondland & Energy Secretary Rick Perry as well as Fiona Hill & Vindman with a picture of the delegation shown. [Representative Adam SCHIFF - thanks Vindman; states Bolton is an important witness.] Vindman's testimony about investigations & national Security & Sondland's version of events quoted. [Representative Eric SWALWELL - says this was a quid pro quo.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The position of Bolton on testifying reiterated. Live discussion continued with CNN's John Dean, Jen Psaki & Jeffrey Toobin about impeachment events. [PSAKI, DEAN, TOOBIN - offer views on Sondland & others being on different sides of the storyline, the possible testimony from Perry, the view of the Democrats to keep impeachment resolved by the end of the year.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Murray, Sara

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