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Joy Reid: Senate is annulling their 'oath to defend and protect this country'

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Joy Reid and Alex Witt discuss the Senate's decision to forgo witnesses in the Senate impeachment trial. Reid explains the why Pres. Trump's impeachment is different than Pres. Clinton's in that the impeachment of a "first term president is about protecting the country" and by leaving it to voters, the Senate is abrogating their oath to the country.