Trump’s 2nd impeachment trial to begin week of February 8

The second impeachment trial of now former President Donald Trump is set to begin in the Senate in February. Democrats amended the timetable Friday after several days of back and forth with Republicans, who suggested both sides could use more time. The move may be setting the tone for a quicker confirmation of President Biden’s Cabinet nominees. Kris Van Cleave reports from Capitol Hill.

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