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President's Acting Chief Of Staff Sets Off Firestorm After Admitting Trump Committed Impeachable Offense

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President's Acting Chief Of Staff Sets Off Firestorm After Admitting Trump Committed Impeachable Offense

President's Acting Chief Of Staff Sets Off Firestorm After Admitting Trump Committed Impeachable Offense

Mick Mulvaney, the president's acting chief of staff, said Thursday that the call the president made to Ukraine's president involved a quid pro quo deal to get dirt on Joe Biden and his son Hunter.

Later, Mulvaney dialed the comment back and said it was taken out of context.

Cristy Fajardo reports.

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