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After such an astonishing week in the impeachment inquiry, including that admission and then the subsequent walk back from acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, that the president held up Ukraine aid to get it to investigate Democrats. We thought you might have some questions, so what better time for cross exam with CNN legal analyst and former federal and state prosecutor Elie Honig. And Elie, one viewer wants to know to what extent did Mulvaney's public comments undercut Trump's no ...
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