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Trump's former top Russia adviser to testify on Ukraine scandal

President Donald Trump's former top Russia adviser is about to explain her unawareness of some aspects of the escalating Ukraine scandal
22:00, 11 October 2019

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Fiona Hill, President Donald Trump's former top Russia adviser, will explain to Congress when she testifies next week that she was unaware of some aspects of the escalating Ukraine scandal, according to a source close with Hill who spoke to her on Thursday. This was reported by CNN.

She officially departed her role in August, though she had handed over most of her responsibilities in July, but was involved as Rudy Giuliani was making public pronouncements about Ukraine.
 
 
Hill, a former Brookings scholar, and skeptic of Russian President Vladimir Putin oversaw rocky Washington-Moscow ties while she held her role.
 
Hill's decision to serve on Trump's NSC was viewed as an intriguing move at the start of the administration.
 
As we reported earlier, in a blow to President Donald Trump’s efforts to block oversight of his business dealings, a U.S. court on Friday backed a House of Representative's request for the Republican’s financial records including tax documents, according to Reuters.
 
The 2-1 decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit moves House Democrats closer to accessing records that would shed light on Trump’s business interests and how he built his fortune.
 
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