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Trump Impeachment Articles Approved By House Judiciary Committee

Eurasia Review Saturday, 14 December 2019
The House Judiciary Committee has approved impeachment charges against President Donald Trump with a vote strictly along party lines. The process is expected to advance to a full House vote next week.

After debating articles of impeachment in a heated session on Thursday, the committee voted 23 to 17 to approve both articles...
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House Judiciary Committee members are back to work as soon as Thursday morning to debate and vote on articles of impeachment against President Trump. CBS News' Natalie Brand reports. (12-11-2019)

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