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SocialFlow : The White House will not participate in the House Judiciary Committee's impeachment hearings, White House counsel Pat Cipollone said, calling the inquiry unfair and “completely baseless.” n.pr/2P0wCKZ

SocialFlow : From the counter-narratives to the lawmakers in the House, the impeachment processes of former President Bill Clinton and President Trump carry some strong similarities. n.pr/2sSTG5E

SocialFlow : NEW: California GOP Rep. Duncan Hunter says he will resign after the holidays.

Hunter pleaded guilty on Tuesday to campaign finance violations.

dlvr.it : GOP Rep. Hunter Says He Will Resign 'After The Holidays,' Days After Guilty Plea n.pr/2RDbkor

SocialFlow : Pete Buttigieg has criticized plans from his Democratic rivals that make public college "free for even the kids of millionaires."

That's opened up a divide among Democrats on who should benefit from free college plans. n.pr/2s1Fgj5

SocialFlow : President Trump and the White House legal team have rejected an offer to take part in the House impeachment inquiry proceedings. n.pr/2LvyDg1?

SocialFlow : What's a wealth tax?
Who would pay it?
How would it address income inequality?

Here's an explainer: n.pr/33V8ddN

SocialFlow : President Trump's trade war has caused a lot of anxiety for business owners and farmers.

But how much has it hurt the overall economy? n.pr/2YpZpM3

SocialFlow : NEW: The White House will not participate in the House Judiciary Committee's impeachment hearings, White House counsel Pat Cipollone said on Friday, calling the inquiry unfair and “completely baseless.”

SocialFlow : The impeachment process now under way against President Trump comes 21 years to the month after the last presidential impeachment, when the House approved two articles against Bill Clinton. n.pr/2DPoRAW

SocialFlow : The divide among Democrats over "Medicare for All" has dominated the policy conversation in the 2020 primary.

But another rift has opened among Democrats: college affordability. n.pr/34Xcmix

SocialFlow : In his interview with NPR, GOP Rep. Doug Collins, the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, said he didn't believe President Trump has done anything wrong and said he had no issue with his conduct on Ukraine. n.pr/2PlkO4Q

dlvr.it : Amid McKinsey Contract Controversy, Buttigieg Asks Company To Release His Client List n.pr/36eJt1x

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SocialFlow : From the counter-narratives to the lawmakers in the House, the impeachment processes of former President Bill Clinton and President Trump carry some strong similarities. n.pr/33S0qO1

SocialFlow : Pete Buttigieg has criticized plans from his Democratic rivals that make public college "free for even the kids of millionaires."

That's opened up a divide among Democrats on who should benefit from free college plans. n.pr/2Yq0uDC

SocialFlow : President Trump's trade war has caused a lot of anxiety for business owners and farmers.

But how much has it hurt the overall economy? n.pr/2Pj6UjI