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Mitch McConnell Says He Doesn't Have Enough Votes Yet To Block Witnesses

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Mitch McConnell Says He Doesn't Have Enough Votes Yet To Block Witnesses

Mitch McConnell Says He Doesn't Have Enough Votes Yet To Block Witnesses

Business Insider reports Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made a shocker announcement on Tuesday.

He said the GOP hasn't secured the votes necessary to block Democrats from calling witnesses to testify in the impeachment trial.

Pressure on Republicans has intensified after a bombshell report was published by The New York Times on Sunday.

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