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At a seminal moment of US history, 100 senators are serving as jurors to decide whether to remove Trump from office. They are braced for an opening clash.
President Donald Trump's Senate trial will open in an atmosphere of acrimony Tuesday that will underscore how his impeachment, far from purging political corruption, is likely to tear even deeper national divides.
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Analysis: 8 things to watch at Trump's impeachment trial
Here are the key things to watch at President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial.
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Dershowitz on impeachment reversal: 'I am much more correct right now'
Constitutional lawyer and Trump impeachment legal team member Alan Dershowitz said Monday that he is "much more correct right now" in his current views on what qualifies a president for impeachment than his near-opposite views during the Clinton impeachment.
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Toobin: This is the real new atrocity McConnell added
CNN chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin and CNN political analyst Carl Bernstein break down the implications of Sen. Mitch McConnell's new proposed impeachment trial rules.
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