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President Donald Trump speaks during an event held in the East Room of The White House to commemorate a record of judicial confirmations by the Republican-controlled Senate, on Nov. 6, 2019.

In an attempt to forestall the House’s impeachment proceedings, President Donald Trump has released summaries of calls with the Ukrainian president that he claims exonerate him. The main defense of Trump and his supporters continues to be that there was no quid pro quo: he did not expressly condition Ukraine’s continued receipt of American foreign aid to defend against Russian aggression on an agreement by its president to criminally investigate the Bidens.

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