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Sean posted:

Come on DG don’t bring that argument.

They called 17 witnesses.

Yes 17 and then boldly declared that they had overwhelming evidence for impeachment. 

They present a sloppy case and then tried to shift the goal post during the trial based on a leak and or allegation. 

They failed to present a convincing case. The vote for impeachment was not bipartisan and that should have triggered red flags. Every single impeachment vote in American History was bipartisan. 

Perhaps, you can name the witnesses and date when they presented their evidence at the impeachment hearing -- January 2020.


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Senate impeachment trial: Wednesday acquittal vote scheduled after effort to have witnesses fails

(CNN)The Senate on Friday voted to block any witnesses from being called in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, a move that marked the beginning of the end of the third Senate trial for a president in US history.

Senate leaders struck an agreement to hold the final vote to acquit Trump on the two articles of impeachment at 4 p.m. ET on Wednesday, following a debate throughout the day on Friday about how to bring the trial to a close. The impeachment trial will resume on Monday.

Witness fight ends

The Senate vote Friday to allow subpoenas for witnesses and documents failed 49-51, with two Republicans, Sens. Susan Collins of Maine and Mitt Romney of Utah, joining Democrats to back extending the trial.

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