Lindsey Graham states his case for impeachment witnesses
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Senator Lindsey Graham talks with Chris Wallace on 'Fox News Sunday' to discuss his calls for witnesses during Donald Trump's impeachment trial with the Senate this week. Graham wants a quick trial and warns the Democrats about calling witnesses.
As stated on Fox News, Graham has a plan for pre-trial dismissal of the impeachment, but there's very little chance that it goes through. However, it seems like there's not enough Republican support for it.
The Senate trial is set to begin Tuesday. Graham had previously floated the idea that the GOP majority could immediately vote to dismiss the case before hearing any arguments, but now he states that this does not appear to be a possibility given the lack of sufficient Republican support for such action.
“Yeah that’s dead for practical purposes,” Graham told “Fox News Sunday,” explaining, “the idea of dismissing the case early on is not going to happen; we don’t have the votes for that.”
Graham remains confident that Republicans are still united enough to acquit Trump at the conclusion of the trial.
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