IT: Impeachment trial continues with prosecution, and... 🪓 Did you watch that graphic opening video?
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Welcome to Wednesday, February 10th, pistils and stamens...
Now that the Senate has voted the impeachment trial is constitutional, the House managers will make their case for why the upper-chamber should convict.
Click here for all the key quotes and moments from day 1 of the trial. Here's a preview:
After playing footage from the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, lead House impeachment manager Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) said:
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Graphic Video of Capitol Insurrection
House impeachment managers presented a graphic video at the start of Trump's impeachment trial, showing disturbing footage of protesters ransacking the Capitol.
WARNING: The video contains explicit language and violence.
Biden Won't Lift Sanctions Against Iran
In an interview with CBS News that aired on Super Bowl Sunday, President Biden announced that his administration will not lift economic sanctions imposed on Iran unless the regime complies with the terms of a 2015 agreement to curtail its nuclear enrichment program.
Biden was asked by CBS anchor Norah O’Donnell whether the U.S. would lift sanctions to get Iran back to the negotiating table and he replied, “No.”
O’Donnell then asked if Iran has to stop enriching uranium prior to negotiations, to which Biden replied with an affirmative nod.
Iran reached an agreement with the U.S., China, France, Germany, Russia, and the United Kingdom in 2015 to limit its enrichment of nuclear materials in exchange for those nations lifting economic sanctions.
And, in the End…
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