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Prosecution begins second day of its presentation at impeachment trial

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House impeachment managers continue the presentation of their case in the trial of US President Donald Trump in the Senate in Washington. The prosecution has over 16 hours left to make its case to senators that the president abused his power and obstructed Congress. Trump's legal team will then have 24 hours to present its defense of the president. IMAGES

Added on the 23/01/2020 20:40:11 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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