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>> what might be the most damaging impeachment testimony yet. and prince andrew is stepping away due to his ties with the new decease sexual predator, jeffrey epstein. a starship blows up during testing. good morning for some of you and itand it's midnight pacific. >> it is 3:00 a.m. in the east. it is midnight on the west coast. and blasting president trump at their fifth presidential debate. first question out of the gate focussed on impeachment hearings and testimony that- just wrapped up moments earlier. >> let me make very clear what this is about is our democracy at stake.
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>> he is likely the most corrupt president in the modern history of america. but we cannot simp labe consumed with donald trump because we will love the election. >> what i've watched is there are two different set of rules for different people in america. the powerful with their arrogance and everybody else. >> read the mueller report, that showed how the president tried to obstruct justice and when congress failed to act at that moment and the president felt free to break the law again and again and again. >> we are going to confront the president for his wrong doing and we're each running to be the president to lead once the trump presidency comes to an end one way oranother. >> i learned number one that donald trump doesn't want me to be the nominee.
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i think we have to ask ourselves the honest question. who is going to produce a democratic majority in the united states senate, maintain the house and beat trump? >> we'll give you men a more key moments coming up. but first the most damming testimony so far in the house impeachment hearings. u.s. ambas sador to the e.u. saying they pressured ukrainyouo investigate political rivals. sondland testifies the orders came from rudy giuliani at the president's express direction. >> it was abundantly clear to everyone there was a link and that we were discussing the chicken and egg issue of should the ukrainians go out on a ledge
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and take the statement that president trump wanted them to make and then they still don't get their white house visit and their aid, that would be really bad for our creditability. >> the third and likely final day of public hearings begins this morning at 9:00 a.m. congressional correspondent with more from washington. >> reporter: this is the last day or very likely to be the last day'. dwo witnesses, fiona hill and david holmes who became famous less than a week ago when he flew for a closed door deposition where he talked about a phone call he overheard between ambassador sondland and trump while in ukraine. there are no shortage of issues to address. question frumz law makers. i mentioned gordon sondland. his testimony will most likely
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carry into today. >> mr. giuliani's requests were a quid pro quo for arranging a white house visit for president zelensky. mr. giuliani demanded that ukraine make a public statement announcing the investigations of of the 2016 election dnc server and burisma. mr. giuliani was expressing the desires of the president offi t united states. >> that was reason enough for them to say they have all the evidence they need move forward. no final decision has been made yet but gordon sondland gave him the first-person testimony who- conversations with president trump, kapgzs with rutdy giuliani. it's worth noting there was
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packa package -- and there was never a clear linkage to the quid pro quo related to a white house meeting. long story short there's a lot of different winding roads. one thing is clear democrats are very confident in the case they're trying to make. today republicans completely unbal psed. i've not talked to a single house republican who privately and somewhat unsettled by what they're hearing not going to publicly say that. this is partisan camp not going to change anytime soon. >> thank you so much for that. republicans now seizing on this. ambassador sondland did not explicitly link the withheld military aid.
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he dangled a different one a face to face with president trump. >> president trump ever never told me directly that the aid was conditioned on the meetings. the only thing we got directly from giuliani was that the burisma and 2016 elections were conditioned on the white house meeting. the aid was my own personal guess based again on your analysis, two plus two equals four. >> president trump himself trying to spin the damming impeachment's testimony that tied him to the pressure campaign. he claimed the testimony vindicates him. >> he asked me what should he do? i said i want nothing. it then i repeatsed it. i want nothing. i want no quid pro quo.
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why didn't he put this in his opening remarks? that's the most important statement there are. >> he contends the testimony was a win. he says it's time for the impeachment hearings to end. >> and mike pompeo dodging questions. >> how do you respond to ambassador sondland's evidence that you directed him to coordinate ukraine policy with the president's lawyer, rudy giuliani? >> the second one is easy. i didn't see a single thing that was working. i've been in meetings all day and haven't- a chance to s had the testimony. >> reporter: vice president mike pence and white house chief of staff mick mulvaney were as well. >> after his testimony sondland told reporters he is not resigning.
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making the comments as he arrived on his return flight to brussels. >> told the truth. >> all right. sparks fly last night in the democratic debate. >> it's unfortunate we have someone on the stage attempting to be the democratic candidate for the united states who on obama spent full time on fox news criticizing president obama. >> more from that exchange and other key moments next. so whr mouth any differently? listerine® completes the job by preventing plaque, early gum disease, and killing up to 99.9% of germs. try listerine®. need stocking stuffers? try listerine® ready! tabs™. your cold's gonna make you a zombie tomorrow. need stocking stuffers? wrong. new mucinex nightshift fights my cold symptoms
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obama coalition. cory booker said people are pissed off. biden tried to argue he's part of the obama coalition buttigieg eloquently used the opportunity to reach out. >> well, i do not have the experience of ever having been discriminated against because of the color of my skin. i do have the experience of sometimes feeling like stranger in my own country. seeing my own rights come up for debate and seeing them expanded by a coalition of people like me and people not at all like me working side by side shoulder to shoulder, making it possible for me to be standing here wearing this wedding ring in a way that couldn't have happened two elections ago lets me know how deep my obligation is to help those whose rights are on the
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line every day even though they are nothing like me in their experience. >> senator kamala harris lashed back at gabbert after what she described as the rot in her own party. >> our democratic party, unfortunately, is not the party by and for the people. >> i think it's unfortunate we have someone on the stage who is ait tempting to be the democratic nominee for president of the united states who during the obama administration spent four years, full time on fox news criticizing president obama. that's why i said full time criticizing people on this stage as affiliated with the democratic party ewhen donald trump was elected, not even sworn in, budied up to steve bannon to get a meeting with donald trump. >> what senator harris is doing is unfortunately continuing to traffic in lies and smears and
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innuend innuendos because she cannot challenge the leadership and the change i am seeking to bring. >> joe biden though reinforcing his reputation as a gas machine on stopping violence against women. >> no man has a right to raise a hand to a woman in anger other than self defense and that rarely ever occurs. so we have to changing the can culture and keep punching it and punching at it and it's a gigantic issue. >> unfortunate choice of words to say the least. trade uncertainty is back on wall street. the dow fell 113 points after reuters said a trade deal with china may not happen this year
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>> china would much rather make trade deal than i would. because i haven't wanted to do it yet. because i don't think they're stepping up to the level that i want. >> reporter: beijing wants extensive rollbacks on tariffs. the u.s. is seeking promises on agricultural and there have been complaints that the chinese make promises in meetings and don't follow through on paper. trump and president xi were supposed to meet in chile and sign the deal. negotiations appear to be getting harder. a new round off tariffs on $156 billion of consumer goods. that looms december 15th. >> and puts democrats in an interesting position. would you continue the money to
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we have to establishb the principal no one is above the law.
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we have a constitutional responsibility and we need meet it. >> they take on impeachment right out of the gate. >> was there a quid pro quo? >> as i testified previously with regard to the white house call and meeting the answer is yes. >> a diplomat hand-picked by president trump may be the most damming testimony yet. welcome back to "early start." >> 31 minutes past the hour. we start with the big democratic debate. even more, plasting sptality their fivth debate out of of atlanta. andhering that- just wrapped up minutes earlier on tap it'll hill. >> let me make very clear what
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this impeachment proceeding is about is really our democracy at stake. he is likely the most corrupt person in the modern day of oamerica but we can can't be consumed by donald trump. >> we with have a criminal living in the white house. what i watched is there are two different sets of rules and the arrogant. >> read the mueller report. all 442 pages that showed how the president tried to obstruct justice. and that the president felt free to break the law again and again and again. >> we are also each running to be the president after the trump presidency can comes to an end one way or oanother. >> i learned number one that
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donald trump doesn't want me to be the nominee. i think be have to ask ourselves who is most likely do do what needs to be done? produce a democratic majority, maintain the house and beat trump? >> more key moments as the show goes on but the most damming testimony. sondland telling law makers there was a quit pro quo for ukraine to lost launch an investigation. he thought a of order came at the president's express direction. >> was abuntdantly clear to everyone there was a link and that we were discussing the chicken and egg issue of should
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the ukrainians go out on a ledge and make the statement president trump wanted them to make and they don't get their whois visit and aid, thad would be really cute for credibility. the tlaurd day begins this morning. >> and this is the last day or very likely to be the last day. two witnesses fiona hill from the nagtdal security advisor. he flew to the united states for a closed door-deposition where he talked about a phone call he ever heard while in you yan. they kill be testifying publicly. there's one thing to be certain.
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i mentioned gordon sondland. his testimony will most certainly carry to today as well. >> mr. giuliani's requests were a quid pro quo for arranging a white house meeting for president zelensky. mr. giuliani demanded that ukraine make public sfoimt asgunsing theicistess off the 2016 election, the server and burisma. >> he was expressing the desires of the presidents of the united states. >> what he said particularly, plaerly that beginning of his testimony was reason enough. they have what they need. gordon sondland gave him the first-person testimony who- conversations with the president and gordon.
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republicans blade clear there was one pointed he continued to make. there was never a clear linkage to the investigation that he was talking about thoorks quid pro quo related to a white house meeting. long story short there's a lot of different winding roads and one thing is clear. democrats confidment in a case they're making. one they're going to try to close out today. i have not talked to a single house republican who thinks they're going to jump ship. and not publicly going to say that any way shape orfirm. and not going to change anytime soon. >> it is not. thank you, phil. republicans seizing on this. he did not explicitly link the 400 million in military aid for
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investigations. he dangled that carat from a different one. a possible face to face between president trump and president zelensky. a meeting ukraine very much wanted. >> president trump never told me directly the aid was conditions on the mootings. the only thing we got was that 2016 election were condition on the white house meeting. the aid was my own personal guess based on your analogy of two plus two equals four. >> and he claims that sondland's testimony vindicates him. >> you ask me what should he do? i said i want nothing it then i repeated it. i want nothing.
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i want no quid pro quo. why didn't he put the statement into his opening remarks? that's the most important statement. >> the president contends wednesday's testimony win and says it's time for the hearings to come to an end. and when comes about it this afternoon, pompeo dodged. >> how do you respond to ambashder sondland's evidence that he cored kmoed. >> i didn't see a single thing i was working. i was in meetings all day and haven't are all a chance to see any of that testimony. >> pressure campaign but vice president mike pence and white house chief of of staff mick mull vein a were as well.
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>> and he told reporters he's not resigning. >> do you have any plans to resign? >> absolutely not. going back to work bp i told the truth. >> testimony resumes with fiona hill and david holmes who over 3rd conversation while siting in a ukrainian hospital. >> sparks fly. >> it's unfortunate we have someone on the stage attempting to be thedemocratic nominee of of the president of the united states. >> more from that exchange and other key moments next. if you have medicare, listen up.
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reach out to african-american voters. >> while i do not have the experience of having ever been discriminated against because of the can color of my skin. i do have the experience of feeling like a stranger in my own country seeing my rights expanded by a coalition of people like me and not at all like me working side by side, shoaleder to shoulder, mocking it impossible to stand here in a way that couldn't have happened two elections ago lets me know how deep my obligation is even though they're nothing like me in their experience. >> senator kamala mayoress lashed backf after gabbert deziebed what he calls the own rot in her party.
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>> our democratic party is not of, by and for the people. >> they it's in fortunte we have someone on the stage who during the boum administration spent tul if i am criting issinissin issing -- criticizing obama. donald trump was elected not ev even sworn in and budied up to steve ban to get a meeting with donald trump. >> what kamala harris is do stoog continue to traffic in lies and smears and innuendos because she cannot question what i'm talking about. >> and a bis oaffgas machine for
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