While the public remains largely divided over removing President Trump from office based on his dealings with Ukrainian officials, tonight’s Democratic primary debate offers a chance for the media to rise above recent partisan impeachment battles and instead provide Americans with a balanced perspective on how Democrats want to address many of the issues facing our country. MSNBC and the Washington Post, which will host the debate in Atlanta, have a choice: focus on issues or obsess over...
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Republicans are not going to vote to remove President Trump from office. The best-case scenario for Democrats is that this impeachment business motivates the electorate to vote against the president in 2020.