Trump returns to TV as impeachment begins
In two weeks’ time, President Donald Trump will likely be impeached, becoming only the third American president to have that ugly word attached to their legacy
In two weeks’ time, President Donald Trump will likely be impeached, becoming only the third American president to have that ugly word attached to their legacy. This week, the evidence building against him went public, in the House of Representatives and across every television network in the US, potentially turning serious live political allegations about interference in the Ukraine, into a soap opera about who said what to whom and when.
And the Democrats...
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