Marathon First Day Of Pres. Trump's Impeachment Trial Goes Past Midnight - Day That Was
The first day of Pres. Trump's impeachment trial was a marathon as both sides debated rules that would govern of the trial. With no caffeine allowed in the chambers, some senators were reportedly falling asleep as the proceedings went well past midnight, with party-line votes tabling amendments to subpoena witnesses and documents as evidence. Aired on 1/22/2020.
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