Trump's former special envoy to Ukraine questioned

October 03, 2019

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Kurt Volker, US President Donald Trump's former envoy to Ukraine, arrives at the House of Representatives as part of the impeachment inquiry into the president's dealings with Ukraine, Oct. 3, 2019.

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