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US Senate rebukes Trump, votes to limit Iran warmaking ability
February 14, 2020
US Senate rebukes Trump, votes to limit Iran warmaking ability
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The US Senate passed legislation to limit President Donald Trump’s ability to wage war against Iran, rebuking him weeks after a strike against an Iranian military commander
US. Senate rejects witnesses in Trump impeachment trial, clearing way for acquittal
February 1, 2020
US. Senate rejects witnesses in Trump impeachment trial, clearing way for acquittal
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The US. Senate voted on Friday against calling witnesses and collecting new evidence in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, clearing the way for Trump’s almost certain acquittal
Trump impeachment trial nears end of initial phase in US Senate
January 30, 2020
Trump impeachment trial nears end of initial phase in US Senate
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The US Senate is expected to wrap up the initial phase of President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial before turning on Friday to the explosive question of whether
Trump lawyers offer surprisingly un-Trumpy defence to impeachment
January 26, 2020
Trump lawyers offer surprisingly un-Trumpy defence to impeachment
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Just before his lawyers stepped into the US Senate to begin their argument that he should not be removed from office, President Donald Trump offered a preview
US Senate votes to block Saudi arms sales
June 21, 2019
US Senate votes to block Saudi arms sales
WASHINGTON (AFP) - Saudi Arabia’s controversial military campaign in Yemen suffered a double blow Thursday as US lawmakers voted to block President Donald Trump’s arms sales to Riyadh hours after
Trump insists on wall: Senate seeks solution to open US govt
January 25, 2019
Trump insists on wall: Senate seeks solution to open US govt
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US senators made a new try at ending a partial month-long government shutdown through a temporary funding bill, but President Donald Trump demanded a “down payment” for