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User Clip: Are Senators ‘Jurors’ During an Impeachment Trial?

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by AdamKeiper
December 27, 2019

On January 15, 1999, during the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton, Senator Tom Harkin interrupted the presentation of House… read more

On January 15, 1999, during the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton, Senator Tom Harkin interrupted the presentation of House manager Rep. Bob Barr to object to the use of the term “jurors” to describe senators sitting for an trial following an impeachment. Chief Justice William Rehnquist, presiding over the trial, agreed with Harkin’s objection and asked for participants to refrain from referring to senators as jurors. close

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