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Schiff says Senate impeachment process will not lead to a fair trial

Reuters Tuesday, 21 January 2020
Democrat Adam Schiff, leading the U.S. House of Representatives team charged with arguing that President Donald Trump must be removed from office, on Tuesday said that the process being considered for the upcoming Senate impeachment trial is not fair.
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