Our reporters break down the week in impeachment

This week lent a sense of history so tangible you could almost reach out and touch it.
Although it probably wouldn’t be long before, as a reporter in the Senate, you were ushered back into your holding pen to be kept at a long arm’s length from the proceedings and their participants.
So how did our team of reporters covering the impeachment of President Donald Trump fare amid such heavy media restrictions? What aspects of the trial were they most awed or surprised by as it all kicked off in earnest? And what are they most looking forward to next week?
Our fabulous four reporters tell all. Oh and there’s a reader question also.
What was the one moment of the trial that struck you?
Darren Samuelsohn, White House reporter: Watching Adam Schiff’s closing arguments Friday night in person from the Senate chamber stand out as something I’ll remember for many

Politico News - Congress
Kyle Cheney, Anita Kumar, Darren Samuelsohn and Melanie Zanona


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