Impeachment hearing takeaways: A ‘domestic political errand’

ERIC TUCKER, JILL COLVIN and AAMER MADHANI Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The final testimony of an extraordinary week of impeachment hearings came from a former White House national security adviser who wrote the book on Vladimir Putin — literally — and a political counselor at the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine who overheard a pivotal conversation between President Donald Trump and European Union Ambassador Gordon Sondland. Takeaways from Day 5 of the impeachment inquiry before the House Intelligence Committee:'FICTIONAL NARRATIVE' Fiona Hill is a Russia expert who's written extensively on the Kremlin, and she made that clear from the outset when she scolded Republican lawmakers for propagating what she said was a "fictional narrative" — that somehow Ukraine, not Russia, in
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