What difference will secnd Trump impeachment make on America and beyond

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    Donald Trump became the only president in U.S. history to be impeached twice. Now the question is, with Senate Republicans finally distancing themselves from Trump, will Trump be removed from office and banned from running for political office again.

    【Guest】

    ZHAO HAI

    Research Fellow, Chinese Academy of Social Science

    RICK DUNHAM

    Professor, Tsinghua University

    CGTN YouTube Channel

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