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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News App offers the following information published by WASHINGTONEXAMINER.COM:

LAS VEGAS — Joe Biden, who joined the Senate in January 1973 just as the Watergate scandal mushroomed, said he is optimistic about the chances of President Trump’s removal from office once the House passes impeachment articles over the Ukraine military aid affair.

Biden, 76, extensively discussed impeachment-related hearings now in the House during a Saturday campaign stop, three months out from Nevada’s Feb. 22 caucuses — the third Democratic nominating contest of the 2020 cycle.

The article goes on to state the following:

“I’m not so sure that the Senate is not going to hold a real trial,” the former vice president told a crowd of about 300, rebutting concerns that Senate Republicans would try to limit the time length and scope.

“Everybody says, ‘It doesn’t matter, they’re not going to convict.’ Well, guess what? As the American public learns more information, you’re going to find it’s going to have an impact on what your constituency says to them,” Biden said.

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