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Jim Cramer: Impeachment Hearings Are a 'Side Show' Until Republicans Break Ranks

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Jim Cramer: Impeachment Hearings Are a 'Side Show' Until Republicans Break Ranks

Jim Cramer: Impeachment Hearings Are a 'Side Show' Until Republicans Break Ranks

The impeachment hearings are underway starting Wednesday, Nov.

13.

These hearings are the first from Congress in more than 20 years, looking into allegations that Trump attempted to work a quid-pro-quo arrangement with the president of Ukraine to start an investigation into Hunter Biden, son of the former vice president and current Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden.

In the past, impeachment hearings haven't really impacted the markets.

So.

Are these hearings any different?

According to Cramer, these hearings won't be any different unless Republicans start to break ranks.

Watch the full video for more.

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