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No phones. No coffee. No talking. How senators are coping with long days of impeachment arguments

Seattle Times Friday, 24 January 2020
No phones. No coffee. No talking. How senators are coping with long days of impeachment argumentsNo coffee, no cellphones, no talking: As the long days of the impeachment trial proceed in the U.S. Senate chamber, senators have used varying coping methods, including taking notes, chewing gum, passing notes, standing behind their desks to stretch — even playing with fidget spinners.
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