Rep. Collins: Democrats' 'un-American' impeachment inquiry will backfire




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Rep. Collins: Democrats\' \'un-American\' impeachment inquiry will backfire  

House Judiciary Committee top Republican Rep. Doug Collins says Democrats are conducing a 'partisan witch hunt' behind closed doors.

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