Diane talks to McKay Coppins of The Atlantic about President Trump’s use of disinformation as the 2020 presidential campaign gets underway.
The House of Representatives has impeached a sitting president for only the third time since the founding of this country.
But, despite the historic nature of the moment, the partisan vote had been predicted for weeks. And, now, the consequences it may have for President Trump seem uncertain.
Democrats say they may delay passing the articles of impeachment along to the Senate until their demands for a “fair trial” are met. Meanwhile, public opinion about whether to remove the president remains roughly the same as before the impeachment inquiry began.
So, what are the possible outcomes? And what does it mean for the president’s future?
Susan Page of USA Today joined Diane to look back on quite a tumultuous year in Washington.
- Susan Page Washington bureau chief, USA Today; author of "The Matriarch: Barbara Bush And The Making Of An American Dynasty"
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