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President Donald J. Trump shows a newspaper headline during his address Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020 in the East Room of the White House, after being acquitted in the U.S. Senate Impeachment Trial the previous day.

President Donald J. Trump shows a newspaper headline during his address Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020 in the East Room of the White House, after being acquitted in the U.S. Senate Impeachment Trial the previous day.

Friday, Feb 07 12 p.m. (ET)

Impeachment Is Over. What Now?

Norman Ornstein joins Diane to give his thoughts on what we learned from the impeachment process, and what it might mean moving forward as the 2020 election season heats up.

An election poster for John Fremont. He was the presidential nominee  in 1856 for the newly formed Republican party.

An election poster for John Fremont. He was the presidential nominee in 1856 for the newly formed Republican party.

Friday, Jan 31 12 p.m. (ET)

How 1850s America Resembles The Country Today

In a new book, NPR Morning Edition co-host Steve Inskeep, takes a look at these pre-Civil War years through the story of one of the period’s most famous couples.

Pres. Donald Trump seated at his desk in the Oval Office in December 2018.

Pres. Donald Trump seated at his desk in the Oval Office in December 2018.

Tuesday, Jan 28 12 p.m. (ET)

The Presidency According To Donald Trump

How Donald Trump is transforming fundamental ideas about what it means to be president. Diane talks to Lawfare's Susan Hennessey and Benjamin Wittes about their new book, "Unmaking the Presidency."

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