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What Does the Constitution Say About Impeachment?

What Does the Constitution Say About Impeachment?

Update: 2019-10-24
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How should impeachment be carried out, according to the Constitution? This episode explores the constitutional process of impeachment, from investigation and passage of articles of impeachment by the House of Representatives, to the Senate trial, and the aftermath. Rep. Elizabeth Holtzman, who served on the House Judiciary Committee during the Nixon impeachment, and Gene Healy, author of Indispensable Remedy: The Broad Scope of the Constitution’s Impeachment Power detail the constitutional framework under which impeachment has been carried out in the past, how those precedents compare to what’s happening today, and what might happen next. Jeffrey Rosen hosts.

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What Does the Constitution Say About Impeachment?

What Does the Constitution Say About Impeachment?

National Constitution Center