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Klobuchar, Booker rule out recusing themselves from Trump impeachment trial

FOXNews.com Saturday, 12 October 2019 ()
Senate Democrats who are running for the party’s 2020 nomination are ruling out recusing themselves from participating in any impeachment trial of President Trump, even amid questions from Republicans that it could represent a conflict of interest.
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