House impeachment managers Del. Stacey Plaskett and Rep. Joe Neguse explain that while it may have been possible to make Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial a vote by secret ballot, that was a decision by the Senate and as such was not likely to depart from precedent. Aired on 02/16/2021.
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