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Trump / Impeachment / Senate Trial / McConnell / A Discussion #1144036

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 27, 2019
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(Studio: Erica Hill) The concerns President Trump has about the impending Senate impeachment trial & what former Vice President Joe Biden said if he were called to testify introduced; Trump tweet critical of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi & her tweet quoted. [In Iowa, BIDEN - comments on speculation.]

(Studio: Erica Hill; West Palm Beach: Boris Sanchez) Trump's frustration about the impeachment process leaving him in limbo, the aides with him in Florida with Jared Kushner, Mick Mulvaney but not White House counsel Patrick Maloney, there discussed.

(Studio: Erica Hill) The issue of fairness by senators in an impeachment trial introduced. [Dec. 19, Senator Mitch MCCONNELL - says it is a political process: "I am not impartial at all."] Boston College law professor Ken Greenfield quoted about McConnell & his oath of office.

(Studio: Erica Hill) Live discussion held with Greenfield, CNN's Scott Jennings & John Dean about the Senate trial. [GREENFIELD, JENNINGS, DEAN - offer views on McConnell saying he will not be impartial, how everyone has opinions of the process, not just McConnell, on opinions & impartiality, how McConnell's constituents are saying the same thing, how Pelosi has put it all in limbo according to the rules.]

Hill, Erica;
Sanchez, Boris

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