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  • Fiona Hill: 'Democracy is done' if Trump is reelected

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  • Expected guilty plea from Giuliani associate sends chill through parts of Trumpworld

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  • Velshi: The risks of being a whistleblower 

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  • Alexander Vindman: ‘There has been some slippage’ with our democracy

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McCaskill: Romney's stand was courageous, but so were Dems in red states who voted to convict

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Claire McCaskill says that Sen. Mitt Romney's vote to convict President Trump on the abuse of power charge is courageous. But she says credit is also due to four Democratic senators from states where Trump is popular who could be risking their seats with their vote to convict.