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New York Times PoliticsJan 29, 2020
Republicans are growing confident they will block witnesses and win a speedy acquittal.
Senator John Barasso of Wyoming said if the witness voted was successful, Republicans planned to move directly to a vote on the two articles of impeachment.

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Fox PoliticsJan 29, 2020
Rep. Collins predicts bipartisan vote to acquit Trump in impeachment trial
Republican Georgia Rep. Doug Collins, one of the numerous House members on President Trump's legal defense team, predicted Wednesday that the Senate will vote on a bipartisan basis to acquit the president.

Democracy NowJan 29, 2020
Mehdi Hasan: The Impeachment Trial Has Been a Farce Since Day One Filled with GOP Lies
At the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told fellow Republican senators in a private meeting Tuesday that he does not yet have enough votes to block Democrats from calling impeachment witnesses. Democrats have pushed for former national security adviser John Bolton to testify. On Sunday night, The New York Times published details about a draft of Bolton's forthcoming book, in which he claims Trump personally told him in August he wanted to maintain a freeze on $391 million in military aid to Ukraine until Ukraine turned over materials related to former Vice President Joe Biden. On Tuesday, Trump's defense team wrapped up their opening arguments. We speak with Mehdi Hasan, senior columnist at The Intercept and host of "UpFront" on Al Jazeera English. John Bolton's role in the impeachment trial is "hugely ironic, because we've always known that John Bolton wanted regime change around the world; I just didn't realize he wanted regime change in Washington, D.C.," Hasan says.

Reuters PoliticsJan 29, 2020
Senate to question legal teams in Trump impeachment trial
The U.S. Senate will begin up to two days of questioning the prosecution and defense in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial on Wednesday, ahead of a crucial vote later in the week on whether to call witnesses.

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Senate to begin questions for legal teams in Trump impeachment trial (Reuters Politics)

Reuters PoliticsJan 29, 2020
Explainer: Why the fight over witnesses looms large in Trump's trial
The impeachment trial of U.S. President Donald Trump is nearing a pivotal vote on whether to hear from witnesses requested by Senate Democrats arguing for his removal from office.

Washington Post PoliticsJan 28, 2020
McConnell tells senators he doesn't yet have votes to block witnesses in Trump impeachment trial
The White House urged a quick acquittal, arguing that convicting Trump ‘would cause serious and lasting damage to the people of the United States and to our great country.'

Reuters PoliticsJan 28, 2020
As vote on witnesses looms, Trump legal team tells impeachment trial: 'Time for this to end'
Amid uncertainty over the key question of whether to call witnesses in President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial, Trump's legal team wrapped up its opening arguments on Tuesday with an appeal for a quick acquittal.

Fox PoliticsJan 28, 2020
Trump's impeachment trial witness vote teetering on ‘razor's edge,' keep eye on possible ‘devil's bargain'
The biggest questions in the impeachment trial are when will it conclude and if the Senate will call witnesses.
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