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Democrats Tell Senators A Conviction Could Prevent Future Violence

Democrats Tell Senators A Conviction Could Prevent Future Violence

Update: 2021-02-126
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The House impeachment managers concluded their case against Donald Trump by characterizing a Senate conviction as a way to prevent of future violence — a warning to future presidents who might be also inclined to encourage violence. Tomorrow, the former president's defense team mounts their response.

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This episode: White House correspondent Scott Detrow, congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell, and legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg.

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Democrats Tell Senators A Conviction Could Prevent Future Violence

Democrats Tell Senators A Conviction Could Prevent Future Violence

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