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Opinion: Trump trial: Ken Starr and no stripes

Opinion: Trump trial: Ken Starr and no stripesIt’s been more than two decades since a President of the United States went on trial in the Senate. Then it was Bill Clinton, today it is Donald Trump. And as different as the two impeachments are, there are some common elements. One that surprised many was Trump’s choice this week of Kenneth Starr as one of his defense lawyers. Starr led the controversial investigation of Clinton’s relationship with White House intern Monica Lewinsky that provided the impetus for the impeachment. ….. Read More.CNN – Top Stories | U.S. and World NewsSun, January 19, 202010 hours ago


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Trump reportedly picked his defense team based on how they will perform on TV

Trump reportedly picked his defense team based on how they will perform on TVAccording to a report from Business Insider, President Donald Trump picked his impeachment defense team based on how well they will perform on TV. Business Insider political correspondent Sonam Sheth joins Alex Witt to discuss.Read more ….. Read More.MSNBC – The Latest | U.S. and World NewsSun, January 19, 20203 hours ago


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House Democrats Present Their Argument for Removing President Trump

House Democrats Present Their Argument for Removing President TrumpOn Saturday, House Democrats made their formal case to the Senate that President Donald Trump should be removed from office for withholding military aid as a ploy to pressure Ukrainian officials to investigate his political opponent. In the 111-page brief, impeachment managers argued that their evidence showed Trump was guilty of both abuse of power and obstruction of justice and that the Senate should remove Trump to safeguard the 2020 election and “eliminate the threat that the President poses to America’s national security.”  Here’s how House Democrats summed up their case, which echoes the findings from House Judiciary and Intelligence committees:  President Trump abused the powers of his office to invite foreign interference in an election for his own personal political gain and to the detriment of American national security interests. He abandoned his oath to faithfully execute the laws and betrayed…


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National Archives apologizes for altering photo with anti-Trump signs

National Archives apologizes for altering photo with anti-Trump signsThe National Archives on Saturday apologized for altering a 2017 photograph to censor signs referencing women’s anatomy and President Donald Trump’s name. ….. Read More.UPI – United States | United States NewsSat, January 18, 202023 hours ago


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In impeachment document, Democrats say Trump endangers security, Trump denies

In impeachment document, Democrats say Trump endangers security, Trump deniesDemocratic U.S. lawmakers leading the impeachment case against Republican President Donald Trump said on Saturday the president must be removed from office to protect national security and preserve the country’s system of government. ….. Read More.REUTERS – Politics | Politics & GovernmentSat, January 18, 202022 hours ago


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Ronald Reagan’s son says his father would be ‘embarrassed and ashamed’ of ‘traitor...

Ronald Reagan’s son says his father would be ‘embarrassed and ashamed’ of ‘traitor…Donald Trump is a traitor and Ronald Reagan would be embarrassed and ashamed of what has become of the Republican Party, the former president’s son has claimed. During an interview on Friday, Ron Reagan said his father would never support Mr Trump and blasted him as “a traitorous president who is betraying his country”. He also criticised the current Republican Party which he described as “entirely illegitimate” and “made up of a bunch of sycophantic traitors mouthing Kremlin propaganda to defend this squalid little man who is occupying the White House”. Download the new Independent Premium app Sharing the full story, not just the headlines Download now “This is a dying party. They ….. Read More.WORLDNEWS – International News | World News & EventsSat, January 18, 20201 day ago


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