Senior Senate Republican sees 'momentum' to end impeachment trial Friday
Wednesday, 29 January 2020
U.S. Republican Senator John Barrasso, a member of the Senate Republican leadership, told reporters on Wednesday that Republicans seemed to have the "momentum" to move to end the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump by Friday, without calling witnesses.
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