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Bill Clinton Says Impeachment Shouldn't Affect The Way The White House Operates

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Bill Clinton Says Impeachment Shouldn't Affect The Way The White House Operates

Bill Clinton Says Impeachment Shouldn't Affect The Way The White House Operates

The White House said it’s unable to work with Democrats in Congress because of impeachment proceedings.

Former President Bill Clinton rejected the claim as an “excuse.” Attorney General William Barr said the Trump administration wants to introduce gun control proposals.

According to Politico, Bar said the plan was “sidetracked because of the impeachment process on the Hill.” But Clinton said his administration continued to make legislative progress as he faced impeachment.

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