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The get-it-over-with impeachment

Byron York, Washington Examiner

At some moment during the House Judiciary Committee's marathon 14-hour session, it became abundantly clear that no one involved in the argument had anything new to say. In the absence of any original evidence or arguments, lawmakers on both sides simply said the same things they've been saying for the past two months, over and over and over. Why allow impeachment to become exciting? So in the end, what could happen is that senators will spend a couple of weeks saying the same things over and over and over again, followed by a vote to acquit the president. And the investigation, impeachment, and trial of Trump in the Ukraine affair will be over in record time.