Gordon Sondland Interviewed at the Portland Business Journal Power Breakfast

"My parents left Germany in a very, very precarious way. My mother was able to get out of Germany because her father was Russian and those with a Russian passport could leave. My father was not so fortunate. He had to be smuggled out of Germany by being tied to the bow of a vegetable freighter that was leaving in the North Sea. He almost lost a leg because it was so cold, but he ended up in France."

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