DEMOCRATS POISED TO MAKE HISTORIC IMPEACHMENT PUSH, AFTER DUST FROM MIDTERMS SETTLES

Democrats are increasingly, albeit quietly, discussing the possibility of impeaching President Trump if they regain control of the House of Representatives in November, even as top Republicans openly suggest the move would backfire politically.

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