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GOP Impeachment Rules Are A National Disgrace, Sen. Schumer Says

NPR Tuesday, 21 January 2020
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer about Democrats not being on board with Majority Leader McConnell's rules for Trump's impeachment trial. NPR's Kelsey Snell weighs in.
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News video: GOP Says House Democrats Missed Chance to Subpoena Impeachment Witnesses

GOP Says House Democrats Missed Chance to Subpoena Impeachment Witnesses 02:32

GOP National Spokesperson Liz Harrington claimed Democrats should have subpoenaed witnesses, despite the House notably issuing subpoenas during the initial inquiry.

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