Sen. Ed Markey On The Need To Convict President Trump
Published on 14 Jan 2021, 0:21
Every Democrat in the House, along with 10 Republicans, voted Wednesday to impeach President Trump for a historic second time — charging him with “incitement for insurrection” after last week’s attack on the Capitol. For some in Congress, the historic vote also marked their first speech on the House floor after being sworn in just ten days prior. Massachusetts Congressman Jake Auchincloss was among that group, and joined Jim Braude to discuss.
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