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ONGOING - The House Judiciary Committee is set to convene impeachment hearings today, with investigators expected to present evidence against President Trump. Over the weekend, as Jacqueline Thomsen reports, Democratic staff on the committee released a report that helps lay the groundwork for articles of impeachment. Meanwhile, White House Cousel Pat Cipollone has indicated that Trump will rely on a Senate trial to defend himself, rather than participate in the House’s impeachment inquiry.

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