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Will demise of Trump impeachment effort further split the Democratic party?

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Will demise of Trump impeachment effort further split the Democratic party?

Will demise of Trump impeachment effort further split the Democratic party?

The Democratic-controlled House killed a resolution to impeach Donald Trump.

Will fractures within the party worsen in the aftermath?

Matthew Cooke talks with a former Hillary Clinton senior adviser and a congresswoman who voted to impeach Richard Nixon.

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