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Trump's Senate trial begins as a polarized America looks on

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 21 January 2020
Donald Trump's impeachment trial begins in earnest in the Senate on Tuesday in a rare use of the constitutional mechanism for ousting a president that has only deepened the polarization of US voters ahead of presidential elections in November.
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