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RNC Isn't Worried Senators Will Vote For Impeachment Trial Witnesses

Newsy Friday, 24 January 2020 ()
RNC Isn't Worried Senators Will Vote For Impeachment Trial WitnessesWatch VideoThe next big question in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial is whether any Republicans will break rank and side with Democrats who are calling to bring in witnesses and documents. Democrats view it as their best shot at stopping President Trump’s acquittal. But national Republicans say they aren't...
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Democrats hope to get four Republican senators to support trial witnesses. The RNC spokesperson says her party was "never unified like this."

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