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Disagreement Over Impeachment Inquiry Among Senate Republicans Continues.

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Disagreement Over Impeachment Inquiry Among Senate Republicans Continues.

Disagreement Over Impeachment Inquiry Among Senate Republicans Continues.

Senate Republicans are coming together to condemn an inquiry to impeach President Donald Trump.

Sen.

Josh Hawley criticized the House Democrats’s process and said a GOP resolution is still needed.

According to Politico, He said the stuff they are facing is “historically atypical.” Yet Sen.

Deb Fischer disagrees, saying the Republicans got what they wanted and should be celebrating.

The Senate wants the House to provide Trump with “due process” and give House Republicans subpoena power.

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