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What If the House Impeaches Trump?

2019-10-08 09:17
The impeachment craze is in full force. House Democrats are in full-court-press mode and are determined to impeach President Donald Trump. The grounds for impeachment are sketchy, to say the least, and revolve around the word of a whistleblower whose allegations were based on secondhand information (hearsay) and who is allegedly against the president. While the House controls the decision as to whether to impeach, the Senate determines the rules regarding a subsequent trial. As such, if the House passes articles of impeachment that appear to be nothing more than a politically motivated effort to oust the president, the Senate should seriously consider delaying the trial or immediately dismissing the case upon motion by the president's legal team.