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They also charge that the President obstructed the congressional investigation by refusing to allow key officials to testify.Watch here:From CNN's Andrew KaczynskiPresident Trump once said if former President Barack Obama was impeached by the House of Representatives, it would be an embarrassment for his record in office and a “horror show.” Trump made the comments on Fox and Friends in November 2014, where he said Obama taking executive action to halt deportations for the undocumented parents of children born in the United States was unconstitutional and impeachable.Trump claimed that Democrats successfully convinced Republicans not to impeach Obama. From CNN's Ali Zaslav and Ted Barrett Speaking about an impeachment trial, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said America would be “at risk” — "if we don't do this seriously and get all the facts out."The New York Democrat went on to say President Trump "could be further emboldened and future presidents could be further emboldened."  Schumer also responded to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s rejection of his witness request and his comments that Schumer is skipping over other procedural steps that were taken during former President Bill Clinton's impeachment trial, saying the Kentucky Republican of trying to “avoid” and "delay." Schumer argued that McConnell's argument amounts to: “Let’s vote on the easy stuff now and kick the important issues to later.”Asked whether he would negotiate with McConnell to hear from some Republican witnesses as well, Schumer said he'd discuss it with him. Many of the members have also thanked their colleagues for their time before and after they began speaking.From CNN's Betsy KleinOne day before the House of Representatives is set to vote on impeachment, President Trump said he didn’t plan to watch the House proceedings but is looking ahead to a Senate trial.The President went on to rail against House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff.

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