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Photos show Republican senators passing the time at Trump's lengthy impeachment trial by playing with fidget spinners

Business Insider Friday, 24 January 2020
Photos show Republican senators passing the time at Trump's lengthy impeachment trial by playing with fidget spinners· Republican senators whipped out an arsenal of fidget spinners during Thursday's impeachment hearings.
· Sens. Richard Burr, Mike Rounds, Tom Cotton, and Pat Toomey were all seen toying with the device, which was originally designed for restless children.
· It's a rotating device set on ball bearings, which spins for a long...
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