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After 14 hours, they still didn’t vote

PoliticsAfter 14 hours, they still didn't vote

The House Judiciary Committee will vote today on whether to send articles of impeachment to the full House. Send tweet.

After more than 14 hours of debate Thursday, Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler gaveled the committee into recess after 11 p.m. ET, shocking his Republican counterparts, who decried the move.

“That was the most bush league play I’ve seen in my life,” Ranking Member Doug Collins said as lawmakers left the committee room.

How did we even get here?

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, flanked by the Democratic leaders of several committees, on Tuesday morning announced that House Democrats would be bringing two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump

“We stand here today because the president’s continuing abuse of his power has left us no choice,” said Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif.

So on Wednesday evening, the House Judiciary Committee gaveled in and got down to its dramatic business. It was rowdy.

Republicans were incensed that the inquiry has gotten to this point. 

“This is the quickest, thinnest, weakest, most partisan impeachment in all of American presidential history,” said Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., one of the president’s most staunch supporters.

Democrats were committed to their belief that the president had violated the law.  

“It’s understandable that Republicans feel loyalty to the leader of their party. But loyalty to our country and to our Constitution must be greater,” said Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif.

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