WASHINGTON DC, USA – Democrats warned that US President Donald Trump was on the verge of dictatorship while Republicans fiercely defended his record at the opening of a stormy, historic debate on impeachment charges Wednesday, December 11. The parties held tightly to diametrically opposed views of Trump as they weighed ... (Date:12/12/2019 06:40) Read full article >>

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