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What's next in the impeachment inquiry?

CBS News Wednesday, 20 May 2020
The House voted for an impeachment resolution that paves the way for the first nationally televised impeachment hearings in 21 years. Republicans demanded this vote, but they all voted no, saying they and the president don't get enough rights. Major Garrett reports.
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