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Simple questions about the Trump impeachment hearings answered

Why even more Democrats are thinking about entering the presidential race via @FiveThirtyEight 

Hillary Clinton said in an interview on BBC Radio 5 Live that she's under "enormous pressure" to consider a 2020 run, but it's not something she is interested in at the moment.

Key congressional players in the impeachment hearing:

A U.S. soldier was killed in South Korea last week after his armored vehicle overturned.

The first open hearings in the impeachment inquiry begin this morning. The top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, Amb. William Taylor, and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent will testify today. Here's what they said in their closed door depositions:

THE NOTE: Public hearing brings new challenges in impeachment probe via @rickklein  & @maryaliceparks 

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Father of Parkland victim slams NRA videos: "If this was put out by a terrorist organization, we would be raising the terror threat level in this country. Why are we letting this lobby have anything to do with DC? I don't understand it!"

Sen. McCain on Pres. Trump congratulating Putin on election win: “An American president does not lead the Free World by congratulating dictators on winning sham elections."

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Univision anchor Jorge Ramos shares a message in Spanish ahead of #DemDebate : "I am telling Latinos that despite the fact that we are facing difficult times, this is our country, too"

Sen. Bernie Sanders tells @jonkarl  a key difference between him and 2020 rival Sen. Elizabeth Warren: “Elizabeth, I think, as you know, has said that she is a capitalist through her bones. I’m not.” WATCH the full interview Sunday on @ThisWeekABC .

@POTUS : "There's a big chunk of our citizenry that feels...they're not being treated the same. And that hurts."

Rep. Liz Cheney: "We had people that are at the highest levels of our law enforcement ... saying that they were going to stop a duly elected president of the United States." "That sounds an awful lot like a coup and it could well be treason," she adds

Hugging a child, Rep. John Lewis vows action to stop practice of family separation. "Just tell me whatever you want me to do. I will go to the borders. I'd get arrested again. If necessary, I'm prepared to go to jail."

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