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‘Constitutional nonsense’: Donald Trump’s impeachment defense defies legal consensus

Indian Express Tuesday, 21 January 2020
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News video: Trump's Legal Team Says Articles Of Impeachment 'Constitutionally Invalid'

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President Donald Trump's legal team on Monday tipped their hand regarding their defense strategy. CNN reports the team filed a lengthy response calling the charges Trump committed impeachable offenses a "charade." It was a preview of the case they will make on the Senate floor when the impeachment...

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