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Wisconsin senators prepare for historic impeachment vote

Wisconsin's United States senators are split on whether additional evidence should be introduced in its trial of President Donald Trump. In a video posted on social media, Democratic U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin says not allowing witnesses would be a first for Senate Impeachment trials, calling for people like former national security adviser John Bolton to take the stand. Speaking ahead of potential Friday votes on witnesses and possible acquital, Republican U.S. Senator Ron Johnson says he cannot believe it has gotten to this point.


No matter how the Senate trial ends, Johnson believes the way his colleagues in the United States Congress and other Americans can move forward from the past week is to concentrate on areas of agreement. 

 

UPDATE: The U.S. Senate voted 49-51 to not allow any more witnesses in the impeachment trial.

 

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