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Sen. Romney: Senate trial after Trump leaving office is constitutional
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Senator: ‘Crucial’ to work on nominations
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Trump's Impeachment Trial To Begin Week Of February 8
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Date Set For Senate Impeachment Trial
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Rep. Swalwell on impeachment trial: Every vote is up for grabs
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Chuck Schumer announces timeline for Trump impeachment
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President Biden Signs More Executive Orders For COVID Relief
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Trump’s Second Impeachment Trial Begins
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House to send Trump impeachment charge Monday
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Pelosi To Send Trump Article Of Impeachment On Monday
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Schumer says articles of impeachment will be delivered Monday
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Pelosi weighs timing of Trump impeachment trial
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'See you soon': Trump exits but Senate trial looms
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Democrats take narrow control of U.S. Senate
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Pelosi: Trump Could Be Accessory to Murder For Instigating 'Insurrection'
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Trump bids farewell as he faces impeachment trial
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Senate Leader Mitch McConnell Says Donald Trump ‘Provoked’ Capitol Siege
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Trump Unlikely To Pardon His Adult Children
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McConnell: Trump 'Fed Lies' To 'Mob' That Attacked US Capitol
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McConnell: Trump ‘Provoked’ Mob
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‘Sycophant In Chief’
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Talking Points: Trump’s Impending Senate Trial
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Lead impeachment manager lays out trial strategy
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Sen. King on impeachment and what could sway GOP votes
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