C-SPAN 18 Dec 2019

Articles of Impeachment


"RESOLVED: That Donald John Trump, the President of the United States, shall be impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors…"

House Reading Clerk reads Articles of Impeachment before six-hour floor debate.

U.S. President Donald Trump and his allies this week celebrated his acquittal by the Senate on two articles of impeachment, marking the conclusion of a saga that deepened partisan divisions in the country for months. Trump's supporters say now the president can get back to work on his 2020 campaign pledge to "keep America great," while critics warn that Trump's acquittal will invite future presidents to abuse their power with impunity. White House correspondent Patsy Widakuswara has the story.
Nancy Pelosi has spent three years blocking President Trump's actions to help the average American. Trump's high approval rating is proof he represents the will of the people Pelosi wants to dismiss. #FoxNews

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President Donald Trump held a Keep America Great rally at the SNHU Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire a day before Democrats go to the polls in New Hampshire for the first-in-the-nation primary.
It was Trump's first rally since he was acquitted by the Senate on two articles of impeachment.
Trump went after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, saying she was "mumbling" behind him during the State of the Union address last week, calling it "very distracting."
CNN's John Avlon discusses President Donald Trump's firing of impeachment witnesses Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and US Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, and the President's ability to stay on message.

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