REPORT: Mitch McConnell warns Republicans in private meeting about Trump’s impeachment trial
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told his fellow Republicans that a Senate impeachment trial could begin as early as Thanksgiving, multiple news outlets reported Wednesday.
McConnell explained how the impeachment process would work during a private weekly lunch meeting with GOP lawmakers on Wednesday, giving a PowerPoint presentation along with Sen. Lindsey Graham, the Judiciary Committee Chairman.
The article goes on to state the following:
The discussion reflects a growing recognition that the House will vote to approve articles of impeachment by late next month following a fast-moving investigation. Democrats set themselves an unofficial deadline of completing their impeachment inquiry by the end of the year to avoid dragging what will be a deeply contentious and distracting fight into 2020.
The article states that if the House impeaches President Trump, the Senate would then hold a trial to determine whether to remove the president from office. He would then become the third president in US history to be impeached.
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