"We are debating this historic measure at an actual crime scene," Rep. Jim McGovern, D-Mass., said Wednesday morning, discussing House Resolution 24 , the measure that would impeach President Trump for the second time. He was speaking in the same chamber that was evacuated one week ago as a mob of pro-Trump extremists breached security and flooded into the halls of Congress. McGovern, who chairs the House Rules Committee, led off debate that was to be evenly divided among Republicans and Democrats. McGovern and Republican Rep. Tom Cole , the ranking member on the Rules Committee, then spoke before parceling out time in 1- and 2-minute increments to their colleagues. Recalling the events of last Wednesday, McGovern said Congress was disrupted as it...
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House Is Debating Impeachment 'At An Actual Crime Scene,' Rep. McGovern Says