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White House will wait for Senate trial to address impeachment charges

Reuters Tuesday, 10 December 2019
President Donald Trump will address the two impeachment charges brought by Democrats on Tuesday during the U.S. Senate trial phase of the proceedings - continuing to opt not to argue the merits of the charges ahead of an expected vote in the U.S. House, the White House said.
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