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Judiciary Committee to begin impeachment hearings by featuring four law professors

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 4 December 2019
The Democratic-controlled House Judiciary Committee will move to the forefront of President Trump’s impeachment inquiry Wednesday morning with a hearing featuring four legal scholars, but no fact witnesses.
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