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False and Misleading Claims at Impeachment Trial

FactCheck.org Wednesday, 22 January 2020
False and Misleading Claims at Impeachment TrialWhite House lawyers distorted the facts on the impeachment process and other issues during the Jan. 21 Senate trial.

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