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BBC News 11 Oct 2019

Trump impeachment: What happened this week?


This week we heard about a second whistleblower and a US ambassador being blocked from testifying.

BBC North America correspondent Anthony Zurcher breaks down the key points from the past seven days.

Between Trump ignoring Michigan state's executive order, to him admitting he's taking hydroxychloroquine, these are just some of the most controversial moments that the Trump administration has had this week.
From Trump saying he's treated worse than Abraham Lincoln, to Mike Pompeo's manmade virus claims, these are just some of the most controversial Trump administration moments of the first week in May.
California Gov. Newsom said a phone call he had with President Trump resulted in the president promising to send 100,000 coronavirus testing swabs for the state's key testing sites this week. The president committed to hundreds of thousands more in the coming weeks, as California aims to test 60,000 people per day.
Pres. Trump calls on governors to allow houses of worship to reopen this weekend.

"If there's any question, they're going to have to call me—but they're not going to be successful in that call."

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