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HISTORIC – The U.S. House has taken the historic step of impeaching the president, setting the stage for a Senate trial that is widely predicted to acquit Trump, Jacqueline Thomsen reports. Lawmakers spent Wednesday on the House floor debating the articles, capping off a three-month inquiry into whether Trump improperly pressured Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden by withholding military aid.

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