Deep divisions | Dems blame ‘cowardly GOPers’ for failure to impeach Donald Trump

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    The fallout from the acquittal of Donald Trump has seen democrats blame a “cowardly group of republicans”. While republicans claim democrats have simply used impeachment for their own political ends.

    We look at the impact on American politics.

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