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Fox PoliticsApr 23, 2019
Rep. Ro Khanna: Senate 'unlikely to convict' Trump but it's important to hold him ‘accountable for what happened'
Rep. Ro Khanna weighed in on the Democrats' push to pursue the impeachment of President Trump Tuesday saying he thinks House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats "realize that the Senate is unlikely to convict the president" but added that it is still "important to hold the president accountable for what happened."

Drudge ReportApr 23, 2019

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Washington Post PoliticsApr 23, 2019
Mueller has put House Democrats in a no-win situation
There are a couple of reasons for House Democrats to be frustrated with how the report landed.

Washington Post PoliticsApr 23, 2019
Bernie Sanders says prison inmates should be allowed to vote. Conservatives, including two of Trump's sons, respond.
The Democratic White House hopeful was pressed about his views in a televised town hall Monday night.

Fox PoliticsApr 23, 2019
Jordan demands answers over Democrats' secret meetings about Trump-focused probes
House Oversight Committee Ranking Member Jim Jordan demanded answers from committee Chairman Elijah Cummings Tuesday over the secret meetings he held with other House committee leaders related to their sweeping Trump-focused investigations.

PoliticoApr 23, 2019
Dems move to hold former White House official in contempt

New York Times PoliticsApr 23, 2019
Trump Will Not Release Tax Returns to Congress, Spokesman Says
A spokesman for the president signaled a deadline set by House Democrats to release six years' worth of returns would not be met.

The Daily BeastApr 23, 2019
CNN Town Halls Highlight Impeachment as New Litmus Test for 2020 Dems
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/Photos GettyWhether or not to impeach President Trump has become the new litmus test for the 2020 Democratic presidential field, with two high-profile progressive candidates coming out in favor of launching impeachment proceedings in the five days since special counsel Robert Mueller's report became public.

The growing prominence of the impeachment issue was abundantly clear during a marathon night of CNN town halls from New Hampshire on Monday, during which each of the five candidates who appeared was peppered with questions about his or her stance soon after taking the stage.

Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Kamala Harris (D-CA) cited Mueller's findings, most notably the special counsel's explicit refusal to clear Trump of obstruction of justice, as grounds enough to impeach him. But rivals like Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) raised the possibility that the effort to remove Trump could backfire politically.

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