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House of Representatives approves rules for Trump impeachment inquiry

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House of Representatives approves rules for Trump impeachment inquiry

House of Representatives approves rules for Trump impeachment inquiry

A sharply divided House of Representatives has approved the rules for its impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump.

Thursday’s near party-line 232-196 roll call was the chamber’s first formal vote on a process that is likely to take months, possibly stretching into the early weeks of the 2020 election year.


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