Linda Sanchez

(D-CA), Congresswoman representing California’s 38th Congressional District; former Vice Chair of the House Democratic Caucus

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This morning, the White House released the transcript of the phone call between President Trump and Ukranian president Volodymyr Zelensky.

California Rep. Linda Sanchez: 'We have no other choice than to go forward with impeachment'

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