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Democracy NowJan 17, 2020
"They Must Conduct a Full and Fair Trial": Senators Sworn in for Historic Trump Impeachment Trial
For just the third time in history, the U.S. Senate has opened a trial to determine if a sitting president should be removed from office. The Senate trial comes a month after the House impeached President Trump for pressuring Ukraine to investigate his political rival Joe Biden. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, who will preside over the impeachment trial in the Senate, later swore in senators who will serve as jurors when the trial officially begins on Tuesday. This comes as more information is coming to light about the actions of President Trump and his associates. On Thursday, the nonpartisan Government Accountability Office said the White House Office of Management and Budget violated federal law by withholding $400 million in aid money to Ukraine even though the funds had been allocated by Congress. We speak with attorney John Bonifaz, co-founder and president of Free Speech for People and co-author of "The Constitution Demands It: The Case for the Impeachment of Donald Trump."

New York Times PoliticsJan 17, 2020
Joe Biden's Poll Numbers Are Steady, but Are They Immovable?
Mr. Biden has largely relied on the perception that he is the best-positioned candidate to beat President Trump.

The Daily BeastJan 17, 2020
Ron Reagan: My Father, Ronald Reagan, Would Not Want Republicans to Vote for ‘Traitor' Trump in 2020
Jae C. Hong/APAmid the rumbling drama of Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders' antipathy over what he did or didn't say about a female president, Pete Buttigieg's low energy, Joe Biden watching the clock over his allotted time, Amy Klobuchar's laconic wit, and Tom Steyer's devotion to plaid, the CNN/Des Moines Register Democratic debate this week featured a striking scene-stealer in the commercial breaks.

There, a 2015 ad for the Freedom From Religion Foundation aired once again, featuring Ron Reagan, son of former President Ronald Reagan, declaring himself an "unabashed atheist," alarmed "at the intrusions of religion into secular government."

He said he supported the FFRF in its mission to keep "state and church separate, just like the founding fathers intended." He signed off the commercial with the mic drop-worthy "Ron Reagan. Lifelong atheist. Not afraid of burning in hell."

Washington Post PoliticsJan 16, 2020
Giuliani associate points to Pence snub as Ukraine pressure point
Trump instructed the vice president not to attend the new Ukrainian leader's inauguration a day after Lev Parnas said he failed to extract a promise that Kyiv would announce a Biden investigation.
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