BizBeat Ep. 45: How much money have taxpayers spent on Donald Trump’s two impeachments?

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The cost of Donald Trump’s first impeachment in 2020 was about $11.5 million, according to Yahoo! Finance estimates. His second impeachment’s cost comes up to $1.9 million, not inclusive of the bill for the violent attack on the Capitol. All this sum of money should have been spent on productive business essentials to the prosperity of the American people, but as political parties continue to bicker, it eventually comes at the cost of America’s ordinary taxpayers. CGTN anchor Kate Kui shares her thoughts.

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