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CBS News 16 Jan 2020

Impeachment process moves ahead amid new revelations from Lev Parnas

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At noon Thursday, Senate leadership is expected to formally accept the articles of impeachment from the House of Representatives. This comes as new information has been released about the activities of one of the figures in the Ukraine investigation, Lev Parnas. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes has the latest from Capitol Hill.


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