Rep. Jeffries: 'Most Bipartisan Impeachment In U.S. History' Lays The Foundation For Senate Trial
Congressman Hakeem Jeffries calls the second impeachment of President Trump the ‘most bipartisan impeachment in U.S. history' and that it lays the foundation for a bipartisan conviction in the Senate. Aired on 01/13/2021.
Voters in Georgia are heading to the polls as Republicans and Democrats vie for a majority in the Senate. All four candidates in the two runoff elections have spent tens of millions of dollars, and both President Trump and President-elect Joe Biden have led campaign rallies. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns joins CBSN from Atlanta to break down the latest developments. Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti react to the second impeachment of President Donald Trump. Christopher Krebs, who was the country's top cybersecurity official during the presidential election, testified before the Senate's Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. CBS News technology reporter Dan Patterson joins CBSN to discuss why election officials were prepared to provide analog records to verify vote counts and disprove bogus claims about voting machine fraud. During his Senate confirmation hearing, transportation secretary nominee Pete Buttigieg said that he will "bring a bottom-up perspective" to the Department of Transportation and implement better infrastructure using President Joe Biden's plan.