Senate dismisses impeachment articles against Mayorkas

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At the U.S. Capitol, there was another collision of the biggest issues facing the country and the world. In the House, Speaker Johnson made more moves in his attempt to pass aid for Ukraine and other allies. But in the Senate, the first-ever impeachment trial of a sitting cabinet official quickly ended. Lisa Desjardins reports.

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