Should congress try and impeach President trump?

That is probably a fool's road but, hey have at it. What is it you are going to impeach him for? Being correct that there was no collusion and defending himself...? That seems to be the consensus over on a couple of networks.Collusion/ConspiracyWhere did this begin? Oh yeah, Donald Trump and his campaign were

What will it take for Congress to impeach Trump?

I have been puzzling over section 4 of the 25th amendment a fair amount lately, and I know I'm hardly the only one:Section 4. Whenever the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such

Would Congress try to impeach Donald Trump if he is elected president?

It is possible. Here are a couple of scenarios. 1. The Trump University fraud case. Right now there are ongoing civil cases in NY and CA but if future cases (a distinct possibility) turned into a federal criminal probe and

Can Congress impeach an Attorney General?

I have to repeat a prior answer from a source that Article II of the Constitution grants Congress the power to impeach

If Congress moves on impeaching Atty. General Barr what happens next? Does impeachment mean he is formally removed him from office or that he can continue to be in office but has different powers?

Impeach him for what?The Dems have really gone over the edge now.This whole thing is like someone angry about a movie trailer after the movie release. The movie is out there in the cinemas guys. The whole report, save a few items, have been released. How in the world is the

Members of congress are beginning to look for impeachment options against Trump. How do you feel about this?

Based on the facts we have today there is no real argument for the political standard of

Should congress try and impeach President trump?

That is probably a fool's road but, hey have at it. What is it you are going to impeach him for? Being correct that there was no collusion and defending himself...? That seems to be the consensus over on a couple

Though the Mueller Report provides a path for the House to impeach Trump, doing so could energize his base in 2020. What do you think the House should do?

Impeach.I realize it's very unlikely the Senate will vote for removal from office, but that's no excuse for failing to do what's right.As you say, the Mueller Report provides at least 8 clear cases where the 3 requirements for an obstruction charge have been met. Failure to

What will it take for Congress to impeach Trump?

I have been puzzling over section 4 of the 25th amendment a fair amount lately, and I know I'm hardly the only one:Section 4. Whenever the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide,

What you think of Nancy Pelosi said 'Barr lied to Congress' and 'that's a crime'?

She's gone round the bend and she's not as smart as she tries to portray herself to be. Look, Barr is an experienced attorney - a sneaky, slippery, greasy, silver-tongued one at that.Flashback: April 10.VAN HOLLEN: Did Bob Mueller support your conclusion?BARR:

When will Congress impeach Trump?

When at least 16 Republican senators get together and assure Chuck Schumer that they are strongly disposed to voting to convict.At that point, Schumer will inform McConnell, who may already know, and someone will have to go tell the president that he doesn't have the votes. They will prefer this, so that the

When will the new Congress be sworn in so President Trump can be impeached?

Q: When will the new Congress be sworn in so President Trump can be impeached?The terms of the current Congress will end at noon on January 3, 2019 as specified by the 20th Amendment. The new Congress meets at that

Will congress move toward impeachment for trump soon?

They just did it.It was in the news yesterday morning as one of the first things done by the incoming Congress-they filed for impeachment.House Democrat reintroduces impeachment articles against Trumpnow this doesn't guarantee impeachment, but it is something that constitutes making a move

Would Congress try to impeach Donald Trump if he is elected president?

It is possible. Here are a couple of scenarios. 1. The Trump University fraud case. Right now there are ongoing civil cases in NY and CA but if future cases (a distinct possibility) turned into a federal criminal probe and

How did Congress appropriate money for the Manhattan Project?

On December 16, 1942, Vannevar Bush, then head of the Office of Scientific Research and Development, proposed that the atomic bomb project be paid for with special discretionary funds controlled by the President because

Is it true that congressman Jerry Nadler fought to keep documents private related to the Monica Lewinsky scandal in the later 1990's?

I don't know,if that's,true. Bill Clinton though made a deal in a court of law, the day before he left office, so doesn't that suggest republicans had send an indictmemt to a court of law for a sitting president.Besides If Clinton was guilty of anything, he certainly wasn' accused of several,counts of felony obstruction, his

What does the United States do wrong?

There's many excellent points here already. But I'd like to add two:First, USA has a enormously slanted income-distribution, and getting worse by the minute. The GINI-index of USA is trough the roof, compared to other wealthy democracies, and the top 1% is

What happens in the case of a Supreme Court draw?

It would depend on the lower court ruling.  In the event of a split decision (4 to 4), the lower court ruling would stand until the case could be reheard by the full nine judge court.Conceivably, this could result in someone assuming the office of president, appointing a Supreme Court Justice, and having the case reheard