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Trump denies pressuring Ukraine, will not commit to transcript release

Reuters Monday, 23 September 2019
President Donald Trump on Monday denied trying to coerce Ukraine into investigating his Democratic political rival Joe Biden, but wavered about whether he would release a transcript of a phone call that some Democrats say are grounds for his impeachment.
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