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Senate silent as House Democrats spend hours outlining impeachment arguments

CBS News Thursday, 23 January 2020
House impeachment managers are expected Thursday to lay out exactly how President Trump's abuse of power violated the constitution. This comes after 100 senators acting as both judge and jury in the trial sat in silence while House Democrats presented the evidence they say prove the president's guilt. Nancy Cordes is on Capitol Hill to break down hours of legal arguments.
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House Democrats spent their last day of opening arguments on the allegations that President Trump obstructed Congress and engaged in a cover-up.

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