Opening hearing for impeachment inquiry into President Trump

The U.S. House Intelligence committee started open hearings in its impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. Committee chairman Adam Schiff and ranking Republican on the committee representative Devin Nunes delivered opening remarks.  Analysis of the hearings with Former Assitant to U.S. Attorney for Arizona, Roy Herrera and Brian Murray with Summit Consulting Group.

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