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In Impeachment Trial, Both Sides Make Final Pitch on Conviction vs. Acquittal

In Impeachment Trial, Both Sides Make Final Pitch on Conviction vs. Acquittal

Update: 2020-02-037
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The White House legal team and House managers made their closing arguments today in the Senate impeachment trial. With an acquittal looking almost certain after Friday's vote against witnesses and evidence, House managers asked Senators how they want their legacy remembered while the White House defense said to let the voters decide. All of this happened as Iowans prepare to caucus tonight, kicking off voting in the presidential primary.

This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe, and Congressional correspondent Susan Davis.

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In Impeachment Trial, Both Sides Make Final Pitch on Conviction vs. Acquittal

In Impeachment Trial, Both Sides Make Final Pitch on Conviction vs. Acquittal

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