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Impeachment: Trump takes ‘zero’ responsibility

By AFP
27 December 2019   |   3:53 pm
When asked if he takes any responsibility for a likely impeachment vote in the House of Representatives, US President Donald Trump says "No. I don't take any, zero to put it mildly."

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