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Dems Close Impeachment Trial With Warning To Senators

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Dems Close Impeachment Trial With Warning To SenatorsWatch VideoSenators heard four hours of closing arguments as they began the final week of President Trump's impeachment trial.

They are set to vote Wednesday on whether to remove the president from office.

"He remains unapologetic, unrestrained and intent on continuing his sham to defraud elections," Rep. Val Demings told...
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News video: Senate Votes 51-49 Against New Witnesses In Impeachment Trial

Senate Votes 51-49 Against New Witnesses In Impeachment Trial 01:17

Republican Senators have voted against calling for witnesses in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.

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