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Trump ‘will stop at nothing to hold onto power’ – Biden

“Folks we have a president who’s violated his oath of office,” Biden said at a Las Vegas campaign rally. “A president who has put at risk our national security. A president who may, and that will be the decision of the Congress to make, may have committed a crime.”

The White House this week released a summary of Trump’s July 25 phone call where he asked Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to investigate Biden ahead of the November 2020 election – a call at the heart of a whistleblower’s complaint.

Trump had ordered $400 million in military aid and foreign assistance for Ukraine to be put on hold a week before the call, and lifted the freeze earlier this month.

Trump denies he pressured Zelenskiy to do anything improper and said he was not using the aid as leverage.

(Production: Bob Mezan)

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