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Reuters US NewsJan 24, 2020
Two days into Trump trial, Republicans appear unmoved but offer Democrats some praise
On the second day of House Democrats laying out their case in the U.S. Senate for removing President Donald Trump, there was little sign on Thursday that their arguments had changed any minds among Republican senators who control the chamber.

Yahoo NewsJan 24, 2020
Schiff tells senators why Trump must be removed: He's guilty, self-serving, and 'chose Rudy Giuliani' over America
Donald Trump has been a public figure for 40 years, and House impeachment lead prosecutor Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) drew on America's familiarity with the president's personal brand in Thursday's nights closing arguments in Trump's Senate impeachment trial. Schiff and his fellow House impeachment managers had spent the afternoon and evening making their case that Trump is guilty of abuse of power, and Schiff addressed the elephant in the room: "Okay, he's guilty. Does he really need to be removed?"His answer was yes, and the Senate jury already knows why."No one is really making the argument 'Donald Trump would never do such a thing!'" Schiff said. "Because of course we know that he would, and of course we know that he did," even if "we can't say it publicly." He continued: And this is why he needs to be removed: Donald Trump chose Rudy Giuliani over his own intelligence agencies. He chose Rudy Giuliani over his own FBI director. He chose Rudy Giuliani over his own national security advisers. When all of them were telling him this Ukraine 2016 stuff is kooky, crazy Russian propaganda, he chose not to believe them, he chose to believe Rudy Giuliani. That makes him dangerous to us, to our country. ... Why would anyone in their right mind believe Rudy Giuliani over Christopher Wray? Because he wanted to, and because what Rudy was offering him was something that would help him personally, and what Christopher Wray was o

CNN Most RecentJan 24, 2020
Letter shows White House wouldn't provide documents to agency investigating Ukraine aid
The White House refused to provide documents to a nonpartisan congressional watchdog investigating President Donald Trump's decision to withhold US security aid to Ukraine, according to documents released by Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland on Thursday.

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Evidence: Letter shows White House wouldn't provide documents to agency investigating Ukraine aid (CNN Top Stories)

CNN Top StoriesJan 24, 2020
Reaction: GOP senator attacks National Security Council aide who testified in House probe
Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn spent hours attacking Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a key National Security Council aide who testified before Congress on the Ukraine scandal, on Twitter Thursday, including questioning the Purple Heart recipient's patriotism.

CNN Most RecentJan 23, 2020
Trump's lawyers are poised to demolish the Democrats' case
Of course, Nadler neglected to engage with any of the potential counter arguments, writes Alice Stewart. But that's the beauty of this Senate trial. The White House legal team will have their time to point all this out.

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Opinion: Trump's lawyers are poised to demolish the Democrats' case (CNN Top Stories)
GOP reacts: Republicans call case against Trump repetitive (CNN Top Stories)

NY Post National NewsJan 23, 2020
Team Trump deploys House GOP to hijack Capitol impeachment sideshow
WASHINGTON — They may be banned from talking in the Senate chamber — but that hasn't stopped the Trump defense team from getting their point across. White House aides and House Republicans enlisted as spin doctors for President Trump's defense team have shown up to meet reporters ahead of the impeachment trial for the past...

Fox NewsJan 23, 2020
Laura Ingraham: Adam Schiff is claiming he can read minds during Senate impeachment trial
Laura Ingraham took aim at House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., and the Democratic impeachment managers Thursday for their latest presentation during President Trump's Senate impeachment trial.

New York Times - Front PageJan 23, 2020
Democrats, Pressing Abuse of Power Case, Delve Into Biden
The House impeachment managers sought to undercut the central elements of President Trump's defense, wading into a detailed defense of former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.

USATODAY National NewsJan 22, 2020
Rep. Adam Schiff: Pres. Donald Trump acted precisely as Founders feared
The U.S. Senate began opening arguments Wednesday in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, with Democratic House managers making the case that Trump abused his presidential power in precisely the way the Founding Fathers feared. (Jan. 22)        
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