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Five Democrats likely to leave campaigns for Senate impeachment trial

CBS News Monday, 13 January 2020
Five of the Democrats running for president will have to leave the campaign trail to be jurors in the upcoming Senate impeachment trial. Ed O'Keefe reports on what the senators plan to do with the Iowa caucuses just three weeks away.
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