In a wrenching addendum to the drama of a day that saw the only U.S. president in history be impeached twice, the righteous charge to remove him was led by Maryland Rep. Jamie Raskin, whose 25-year-old son Tommy just died by suicide. The day after burying Tommy and feeling him " very much with me and my heart," Raskin was applauded by colleagues who knew of his loss as he came to certify the vote cut short by the riot; he did his duty because, "Change is made by people who show up."
"Stop compromising the working class, and our most vulnerable neighbors," said the Michigan congresswoman.
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