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Sen. Jack Reed says Mueller report doesn't "constitutes grounds to begin impeachment proceedings"

CBS News Wednesday, 9 September 2020
In an interview for "The Takeout Podcast," Reed told CBS News Chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett that there hasn't been enough evidence to start impeachment hearings.
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