Tyson Barker of the Aspen Institute tells Brent Goff that crucial events in November will give a strong pointer to the outcome of the 2020 election.
US Democrats have wrapped up a three-hour debate on a bloated stage. Candidates for the party's 2020 presidential nomination took wild potshots at Elizabeth Warren, seeming to indicate a new front-runner in the race.
Lt. Col. Vindman said there was "no doubt" about what Trump was asking for in his call to President Zelenskiy. Meanwhile, the former US envoy to Ukraine said graft allegations involving Joe Biden were "not credible."
President Trump tweeted about the ex-US ambassador to Ukraine during her impeachment testimony, sparking cries of intimidation. Marie Yovanovitch told lawmakers she felt a "big threat" as she was fired from the post.
The public impeachment inquiry into US President Donald Trump has moved Ukraine into the global spotlight. Officials in Kyiv are worried about the negative fallout, which has already begun.
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