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Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses

Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses

Senator Mitt Romney of Utah, the only Republican whose public remarks have suggested he is seriously considering whether to vote to convict President Trump, asked a question that gave insight into his thinking: “On what…

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Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses

Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses

Senator Mitt Romney of Utah, the only Republican whose public remarks have suggested he is seriously considering whether to vote to convict President Trump, asked a question that gave insight into his thinking: “On what…

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Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses

Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses

Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. arriving Wednesday on Capitol Hill.Credit…Erin Schaff/The New York Times Representative Adam B. Schiff of California, the lead Democratic House manager, invoked Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. several times…

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Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses

Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses

Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. arriving Wednesday on Capitol Hill.Credit…Erin Schaff/The New York Times Representative Adam B. Schiff of California, the lead Democratic House manager, invoked Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. several times…

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Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses

Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses

Senator Bernie Sanders at the Capitol on Wednesday.Credit…Erin Schaff/The New York Times With four Democratic senators running for president, the 2020 presidential election was not far from the Senate chamber Wednesday night. Senator Bernie Sanders,…

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Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses

Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses

With four Democratic senators running for president, the 2020 presidential election was not far from the Senate chamber Wednesday night. Senator Bernie Sanders, independent of Vermont, who is seeking the Democratic nomination, used his question…

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Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses

Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses

Senator Rand Paul on Wednesday at the Capitol.Credit…Erin Schaff/The New York Times Senator Rand Paul, Republican of Kentucky, has been prevented so far from asking a question about the origins of the impeachment inquiry because…

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Everyone’s a Winner in Iowa

Everyone’s a Winner in Iowa

AMES, Iowa — Driving through the snowy cornfields of Iowa today, I couldn’t stop dreaming about next Tuesday, the day after the Iowa caucuses. After more than a year of campaign entrances and exits, debates…

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To Senate Republicans, a Vote for Witnesses Is a Vote for Trouble

To Senate Republicans, a Vote for Witnesses Is a Vote for Trouble

WASHINGTON — In the end, the impeachment calculation nearly all Senate Republicans are making is fairly simple: They would rather look like they ignored relevant evidence than plunge the Senate into an unpredictable, open-ended inquiry…

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Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses

Top Democrat Concedes ‘Probably No’ on Witnesses

Credit…Art Lien for The New York Times Four Democratic senators running for president — Senators Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar and Michael Bennet — have been dashing between the campaign trail and the impeachment…

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