Tension is high on Capitol Hill as public hearings begin in Trump impeachment probe
13 November 2019 | 3:16 pm
The impeachment inquiry into U.S. President Donald Trump will reach a critical juncture on Wednesday when lawmakers launch their first televised public hearings, marking a new, high-stakes phase of a tumultuous presidency.
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