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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption A beginner's guide to impeachment and Trump. For only the third time in history, an American president is facing an impeachment trial, with hearings set to start on Tuesday at 13:00 (18:00 GMT). Such a trial could, in theory, lead to President Donald Trump being removed from office. That outcome would be a huge shock - we'll explain why later - but the very fact a president is facing trial is significant. Here are seven questions and answers that will help you understand the trial. 1) WHAT IS IMPEACHMENT? Put simply, it's a process that allows senior figures in government to hold other officials (like judges, the president and cabi... Full story

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