They are charging him with abuse of power for pressuring Ukraine for his own political gain and blocking Congress’s attempt to investigate. The Judiciary Committee plans to begin debating the articles as soon as tomorrow and could vote by Thursday to recommend them to the full House for final approval. The House is expected to vote to impeach a sitting president for the fourth time in American history. Trump is then expected to stand trial in the Senate in early 2020. What questions do you have about impeachment?
Scott Horton, human rights attorney, lecturer at Columbia University, contributing editor at Harper’s Magazine, and author of Lords of Secrecy: The National Security Elite and America’s Stealth Foreign Policy.
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