Impeachment managers continue argument against Trump

January 23, 2020

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House Managers lead by Rep. Adam Schiff and Rep. Jerry Nadler walk to the Senate floor for the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump in Washington, DC, Jan. 23, 2020.


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Impeachment managers continue pressing their case Thursday in the US Senate, making arguments on the constitutional basis for removing President Donald Trump from office. Plus, it was a year ago when Juan Guaidó declared himself the rightful president of Venezuela amid the country's constitutional and financial crisis. Yet, the regime of Nicolás Maduro has persisted, despite mass protests and a near collapse of Venezuela's economy. And, the deaths of three American crew members in the crash of a firefighting plane in Australia are a reminder of the danger they face, and of the effort to allocate global firefighting resources based on seasons.

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