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WATCH: @mayawiley says House impeachment managers "brought the receipts, threw them on the table, and asked them to be paid" when asking that witnesses and documents be subpoenaed in President Trump's impeachment trial.

The impeachment trial is underway, and the Republican-controlled senate is set to decide whether Trump is innocent, or the most innocent man in the history of innocence.

WATCH: Addressing the issue of whether to call witnesses for President Trump's trial, impeachment manager Rep. Jeffries provides a chart to show the long history of the US Senate calling witnesses for other impeachment trials.

41 percent of Americans say the U.S. is not very prepared or not prepared at all to keep the 2020 election safe and secure, and a majority of Americans say President Trump has encouraged election interference, according to a new NPR/Marist/@Newshour poll. https://trib.al/PlSJnjd

THE CRADLE OF TERRORISM: His Highness Suleman Khan Ahmedzai, King of #Balochistan, told Newsmax TV that past U.S. foreign aid has put millions at risk.

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The Senate made some unexpected changes to the impeachment trial rules. @SteveKornacki explains the debate over the rules on the latest #ArticleIIPodcast.

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