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Sen. Whitehouse Swats Away Fox Anchor Asking Why Trump Trial is Repetitive: That Isn’t ‘A Sensible Complaint’

Mediaite Friday, 24 January 2020
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) swatted away an argument presented by Fox News anchor Sandra Smith that Democratic arguments against President Trump in his impeachment trial are repetitive. As Whitehouse explained the process of the trial in its fourth day Friday morning, repeating the words “grievance, grievance, grievance,” Smith cut the senator off, asking: “Well I […]
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