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Politics, Quid Pro Quo

Donald Trump carries 'quid pro quo' notes to Air Force One, misspells Ukrainian President Zelensky's name

Donald Trump carries 'quid pro quo' notes to Air Force One, misspells Ukranian President Zelensky's name

21.11.2019

Donald Trump carries ' quid pro quo ' notes to Air Force One , misspells Ukranian President Zelensky's name

Trump previously misspelled 'collusion,' writing, 'there is no colusion' with thick, bold marker in July 2018 prepared remarks on his press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Trump said he did not know Sondland well and suggested that the"fake news" media has not covered his remarks about Ukraine properly.

President Donald Trump holds his notes while speaking to the media before departing from the White House on November 20, 2019, in Washington, D.C. President Trump spoke about the impeachment inquiry hearings currently taking place on Capitol Hill.

On his typed and printed remarks in July 2018, Trump wrote"There is no colusion" with thick bold marker, misspelling"collusion." His speech at the time sought to clarify comments he made in a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, in which he appeared to side with Putin by saying there was no reason to believe Russians interfered in the 2016 presidential election despite the U.S. intelligence conclusion there was meddling.

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Donald Trump carries 'quid pro quo' notes to Air Force One, misspells Ukranian President Zelensky's nameTrump previously misspelled 'collusion,' writing, 'there is no colusion' with thick, bold marker in July 2018 prepared remarks on his press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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