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TV (BBC): CAC’s Wydra Discusses President Trump’s Senate Impeachment Trial

Constitutional Accountability Center President Elizabeth Wydra appeared on BBC World News to discuss the upcoming impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, as the House of Representatives transferred the articles of impeachment to the Senate.

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