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Why Americans are still split on impeachment after public hearings

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A new Quinnipiac poll shows Americans remain sharply divided, with 45 percent of voters saying President Trump should be impeached and 48 percent saying he should not be. NBC News’ Leigh Ann Caldwell reports from Capitol Hill with how upcoming House Judiciary Committee hearings will be different from the previous ones.