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US senator Elizabeth Warren calls for Donald Trump's impeachment

SBS Saturday, 20 April 2019
Democrat senator Elizabeth Warren has called for Congress to begin impeachment proceedings against US president Donald Trump as he issues an expletive-laden tirade on the released Mueller report.
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News video: Calls For Trump's Impeachment Have Been Gaining Traction On Social Media

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Hashtags calling for President Donald Trump's impeachment have been gaining traction on social media since the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's redacted report. Senator Elizabeth Warren is the first 2020 presidential candidate to call for impeachment proceedings.

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