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Bipartisan Opposition in the House to the President’s Impeachment

Democrats thought they might pick up a couple of Republicans in support of their impeachment rules. They got Justin Amash, now an independent. But they got no Republicans. Instead, a Democrat from New Jersey and one from Minnesota gave Republicans a bipartisan vote in opposition to the impeachment measure.

Democrat will now have rules to publicly handle impeachment while ensuring Republicans cannot inquire about the whistleblower who started it all.

What are they protecting?

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