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RARITY – The impeachment trial of President Trump is set to begin in the Senate today, and, as Jacqueline Thomsen reports, it will include a rare mix of legal and political proceedings and an unusual co-mingling of all three branches of the federal government. Chief Justice John Roberts will emerge from the privacy of the Supreme Court to preside over House prosecutors, with White House defendants and senators playing both judge and jury.

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