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Senate Approves Impeachment Trial Rules After Contentious Debate

Newsy Wednesday, 22 January 2020
Senate Approves Impeachment Trial Rules After Contentious DebateWatch VideoSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made some concessions to rules in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. But important issues remain.

First on evidence. The house impeachment managers, all Democrats, can now admit evidence from the House record in the Senate trial unless there's a vote against...
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News video: U.S. Senate Approves Impeachment Trial Rules Along Party Line Vote

U.S. Senate Approves Impeachment Trial Rules Along Party Line Vote 02:25

KDKA's Lisa Washington has the developments overnight as the U.S. Senate approved impeachment trial rules along a party line vote.

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