Lawmakers release new transcripts from impeachment inquiry

November 08, 2019

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Representative Eric Swalwell is shown wearing a blue suit and exiting a room with red signs saying "Restricted Area."

Representative Eric Swalwell exits the House of Representatives Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility during a break in the impeachment inquiry, Nov. 7, 2019.


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The House impeachment inquiry released two more transcripts of testimonies Friday. We look into what we learned from the transcript of Fiona Hill, President Donald Trump's top adviser on Russia until she stepped down in August and from Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, director of European affairs on the National Security Council. Also, Saturday is the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. We hear from Germans remembering what they felt like when they heard the Wall had come down. And, Cuban pianist Roberto Fonseca has a new album out called "Yesun" — a word he made up to reflect his spiritual nature.

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