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Send us your questions about the House impeachment inquiry into Trump's actions on Ukraine

PolitiFact Tuesday, 3 December 2019
What question do you have about impeachment, Ukraine or the whistleblower complaint? PolitiFact journalists are standing by ready to answer another round of reader questions about the House impeachment hearings into President Donald Trump and more.   See Figure 1 on PolitiFact.com   RELATED: PolitiFact's Trump-Ukraine-Biden coverage in one place   RELATED: Ask PolitiFact: Answers to reader questions about the Trump impeachment inquiry, Hunter Biden   RELATED: 6 key takeaways from the public impeachment hearings against Donald Trump >>More
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