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White House weighing whether to participate in impeachment inquiry hearings

CBS News Wednesday, 27 November 2019
House Judicary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler is allowing President Trump to send lawyers to next week's hearing in the impeachment inquiry. But it's unclear whether the White House will participate. CBS News' Nancy Cordes and Weijia Jiang joined CBSN to discuss the latest in the impeachment inquiry.

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