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Trump / Impeachment / Senate Trial / The House Managers (Part I) #1145327

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 07, 2020
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) The Senate acquittal of President Trump after the impeachment charges by the House Democrats introduced. Live CNN exclusive discussion held with the seven Democratic house managers {Representatives Zoe Lofgren, Jason Crow, Jerry Nadler, Val Demings, Adam Schiff, Hakeem Jeffries, Sylvia Garcia} who presented the case against Trump. LOFGREN, CROW, NADLER, DEMINGS, SCHIFF, JEFFRIES, GARCIA - offer views on how Trump has not been exonerated, how Republican senators would never vote against Trump, but we had to set markers, how to be optimistic about the future with Romney changing the course of history: an act of political courage, on how Republicans might view Romney, on what should be done if a president did it all again {foreign influence}, on the moves to impeach President Nixon, on voters care about the Constitution, on the differences in the Republican Party now & in the 1970s, on legal cases in court versus the Senate ignoring the evidence.] Other material: [Senator Mitt ROMNEY - says his faith led him to make a difficult decision.] [Trump lawyer Alan DERSHOWITZ - speaks against impeachment.]
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