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As Congress moves toward impeachment, U.S. late-night hosts rib Trump - and Pelosi

Reuters Wednesday, 25 September 2019
From late night television hosts to tabloid front pages, the congressional Democrats' impeachment inquiry of U.S. President Trump sparked a firestorm of jokes and quips.
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