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@realDonaldTrump  19/ He also worked directly with DNC operative Alexandra Chalupa who was tasked with working alongside the Ukrainian Embassy in the U.S. to dig up dirt on Donald Trump.

Newborn babies at a Pittsburgh hospital were dressed in cardigans and ties inspired by Mister Rogers for #WorldKindnessDay  — but that's not the only reason. "We are also celebrating Cardigan Day, in honor of Pittsburgher Fred Rogers," a spokesperson said.

@realDonaldTrump  20/ And if all of this isn’t enough to discredit him as a witness, he ALSO worked alongside @JoeBiden  when he was made the “point man” in Ukraine. It’s becoming all too painfully obvious why @RepAdamSchiff  doesn’t want anyone talking to this guy.

Supreme Court ruling siding with Trump admin on DACA would 'destroy lives,' Justice Sotomayor says

"Today was a great day for the truth," says Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein. "What we are witnessing is the construction of evidence about a conspiracy to undermine our electoral process through the intervention of a foreign power."

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House members must listen to the witnesses, says @NoahBookbinder . Their message is clear about the gravity of Trump's actions. 

@realDonaldTrump  @JoeBiden2  @RepAdamSchiff1 / Why are all these State Department officials, and CIA/NSC staffers so scared of Donald Trump poking around in Ukraine? I wonder… does it have anything to do with the financing of some of these groups like the Soros funded NGO?

Rep. Devin Nunes: "The Democrats are not trying to discover facts. They're trying to invent a narrative. And if the facts they need to not exist, then they'll just make it up." #ImpeachmentHearings 

George Kent, the deputy assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs, said President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani had conducted a ‘campaign full of lies’ against Marie Yovanovitch, former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine

WeWork lost $1.25 billion in the third quarter, according to documents, obtained by The New York Times. The numbers show why the company's planned initial public offering became a spectacular flameout.