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Iowa Democratic Party (IDP) officials said final results would be released later today after "manually verifying all precinct results" and they assured candidates and caucus-goers that technical problems did not result from a “hack or an intrusion.”  Officials are conducting what they called “quality checks” to verify the results, the party said in a statement late on Monday after failures on multiple fronts, including glitches with a new mobile app that forced caucus organizers to call in results, adding to the delays already being experienced (The Associated Press). “So we don't know all the results, but we know by the time it's all said and done, Iowa, you have shocked the nation because by all indications, we are going on to New Hampshire victorious,” former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete ButtigiegPeter (Pete) Paul ButtigiegButtigieg says Iowa 'shocked the nation' in caucus night speech Entrance polls: Iowa caucusgoers prioritize electability, health care Trump wins Iowa GOP caucuses MORE told supporters (The Hill). Russell Berman: Chaos at the caucuses.LEADING THE DAYCONGRESS: The prosecution and defense teams made their closing arguments to the Senate on Monday as President TrumpDonald John TrumpButtigieg says Iowa 'shocked the nation' in caucus night speech Sanders predicts he'll do 'very, very well' as Iowa continues to wait for results Trump campaign slams Iowa Democratic caucuses amid reporting inconsistencies MORE’s impeachment trial is likely to wrap up on Wednesday. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam SchiffAdam Bennett SchiffOvernight Defense: VA deputy secretary fired | Impeachment trial winds down with closing arguments | Pentagon watchdog to probe use of cancer-linked chemical Senate drama surrounding Trump trial starts to fizzle Schiff closes with plea to GOP on Trump: 'He is not who you are' MORE (D-Calif.) delivered an impassioned plea to Senate Republicans during his closing argument, saying that the 53 GOP members are “decent,” unlike the president, and that history will not be kind if they back acquittal, as expected (The Hill). Sen. Mike BraunMichael BraunOvernight Defense: VA deputy secretary fired | Impeachment trial winds down with closing arguments | Pentagon watchdog to probe use of cancer-linked chemical Senate drama surrounding Trump trial starts to fizzle Final impeachment vote postponed to Wednesday amid internal  GOP spat MORE (R-Ind.) told reporters that Schiff’s remarks were “sanctimonious,” adding that while his address would be received well in his Los Angeles-based district, it would not be in fly-over country. You will leave this choice to them, where it belongs.”  With acquittal likely, Sen. Joe ManchinJoseph (Joe) ManchinTrump nears acquittal as spotlight shines on undecideds Overnight Defense: VA deputy secretary fired | Impeachment trial winds down with closing arguments | Pentagon watchdog to probe use of cancer-linked chemical READ: Manchin's proposed Senate censure of Trump MORE (D-W.Va.) proposed an alternative on Monday: censure. CNN: Rep. Ayanna PressleyAyanna PressleyThe Memo: Trump threatens to overshadow Democrats in Iowa Rep. Ayanna Pressley makes first House appearance since alopecia reveal Stuck in DC for impeachment, senators hold ground in Iowa MORE (D-Mass.) to deliver the Working Families Party's response to Trump's State of the Union.IN FOCUS/SHARP TAKESWHITE HOUSE & ADMINISTRATION: In any given year, a presidential State of the Union speech is a high-wire act. He can fill the guest box next to first lady Melania TrumpMelania TrumpWhite House announces lottery for Easter Egg Roll The Hill's 12:30 Report: Senators brace for floor fight as trial nears end Pro-Trump singer wears 'Impeached and Re-elected' dress to the Grammys MORE with inspiring “real” Americans and face down hostile Democratic lawmakers seated behind him and under his nose without breaking a sweat. In 1999, it worked for former President Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonThird House Democrat announces plans to boycott State of the Union Ernst walks back her Biden impeachment remarks This week: Trump to give State of the Union before impeachment trial wraps MORE, who was in the midst of a Senate impeachment trial when he sidestepped charges of perjury and obstruction of justice to deliver a State of the Union challenge to Congress to invest the nation’s surplus and “save Social Security for the 21st century.”    Trump’s White House advisers have been coy about detailing references in the speech to a GOP agenda in a second term. Secretary of State Mike PompeoMichael (Mike) Richard PompeoPompeo: US wants 'demonstrable evidence' Taliban will reduce violence Pompeo raises freedom of the press after clash with NPR reporter The Hill's Morning Report - An incredibly busy week; Iowa caucuses today MORE meets at 1 p.m. with Nigerian Minister of Foreign Affairs Geoffrey Onyeama, after which the two men will speak to the news media at the Department of State. Michael BloombergMichael Rubens BloombergSanders campaign rejects Trump claims: Democratic primary is 'not currently rigged' Trump campaign removes Bloomberg News reporter from Iowa event Why the 2020 winning ticket includes Michael Bloomberg MORE, then the New York City mayor, called it “a royal screw-up” (Governing).

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