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Impeachment isn't 'Law & Order.' It's time to stop viewing it that way

The show is over. Articles of impeachment are about to be drafted.

The House's televised public impeachment inquiry has been a long, painful and sometimes funny - as in "laugh until you cry" funny - slog. Now it's time for The People to decide. At least, that's what would happen in a scripted series with no basis in reality: TV justice, meted out by folks just like us, and in under an hour, is way sexier than

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