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  •   Home > News > International

    Donald Trump's impeachment has moved to the Senate. Follow opening arguments live

    With the ceremonial openings out of the way, the impeachment trial of Donald Trump in the US Senate begins in earnest today. Follow all the reaction in our live blog as senators figure out the rules and hear opening arguments.


    With the ceremonial opening out of the way, Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial begins in earnest today.

    After a debate over a resolution dealing with the rules of the trial, we expect to get into the opening arguments.

    Follow the developments in our live blog below.

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    Law and Order:
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