HOUSE representative Madeleine Dean has raised a family of boys with her entrepreneur husband Patrick Cunnane in Pennsylvania.
Dean is one of nine impeachment managers selected to prosecute Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial.
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Who is Patrick J. Cunnane?
Patrick J, Cunnane is married to Madeleine Dean, an American politician, and the US Representative for Pennsylvania's 4th congressional district.
Cunnane is the president and Chief Operating Officer for Yuba Bicycles.
He was formerly the president of Cunnane Bicycle Company and CEO of Advanced Sports Inc.
He graduated from Temple University in 1990 with a bachelor's degree in history.
Cunnane and Dean live in Jenkintown, Abington Township in Pennsylvania.
Do Madeleine Dean and Patrick Cunnane have kids?
Dean and Cunnane have three sons together: Patrick, Harry and Alex.
They also have two granddaughters and one grandson – Aubrey, Ella, and Sawyer.
In 2020, Dean and Harry co-authored a book together about his 10-year battle with addiction.
Under Our Roof: A Son's Battle for Recovery, a Mother's Battle for Her Son touches on Harry's journey to sobriety and the larger national crisis of addiction.
"We are thrilled for this opportunity to share our story. Writing a book like this — told from our dueling perspectives — was difficult and yet ultimately rewarding," Dean, 61, and Harry, 30, told People in a statement.
"We hope our honest account of our family’s brutal battle with addition and route to recovery provides readers with understanding, empathy, and — most of all — hope," the mother and son said.
"We can’t combat the stigma around addiction and recovery unless we talk about it, so we figured we’d start at home by writing about our own story."
Is Madeleine Dean involved in Trump's impeachment proceedings?
Dean is one of several impeachment managers in former president Donald Trump's second impeachment trial.
"Impeachment managers" are a group of House Democrats, selected by Nancy Pelosi, that serve as prosecutors in the trial and will make a case against Trump.
"I was in the chamber when it was attacked. I know we need healing, for healing we need accountability," Dean tweeted of her responsibility.
"It is my solemn duty to serve as an impeachment manager. As we begin the trial, we must be guided by facts and the experience we all witnessed."
Senator Chuck Schumer slammed Trump for getting hit with "the greatest charge ever brought against a president in the history of the United States."
Who else has been selected as an impeachment manager?
Congressman Jamie Raskin of Maryland, an expert in constitutional law, is serving as the lead manager in the proceedings.
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In the first trial against Trump, seven House Democrats served as managers. In February 9's proceedings, nine managers have been selected.
As well as Dean, Joaquin Castro of Texas, David Cicilline of Rhode Island, Diana DeGette and Joe Neguse of Colorado, Ted Lieu and Eric Swalwell of California, and Stacey Plaskett of the US Virgin Islands are also assigned to the team.
Impeachment managers will have the chance to "argue their case before the full Senate with the senators acting like jurors, and after that, the former President’s legal team will have an opportunity to present a defense," according to CNN.
Democrats have been slammed for holding an "unconstitutional and illegal" hearing and House impeachment managers have been accused of “glorifying the siege violence” and “preying on the horror” that Americans felt after the deadly riot.
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