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Jonathan Turley Makes Dispassionate Case Against Impeachment: ‘I’m Not a Supporter of President Trump’

Mediaite Wednesday, 4 December 2019 ()
*Jonathan Turley*, one of the legal experts testifying in today's House Judiciary Committee, argued that right now there's not a clear case for impeachment.
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News video: Impeachment inquiry moves to the House Judiciary Committee, opinions still frozen

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Opinions still frozen as House Judiciary Committee picks up next phase of impeachment inquiry.

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