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House Judiciary Committee Report: President Can Be Impeached for ‘Motives’ Without Breaking Law

Posted on | December 7, 2019 | 1 Comment

House Judiciary Committee Report: President Can Be Impeached for ‘Motives’ Without Breaking Law

Norm Eisen and Jerry Nadler (Brendan Smialowski / AFP / Getty)

The House Judiciary Committee released a report Saturday in which it argued that a president may be impeached for “illegitimate motives” even if his actions are “legally permissible.”

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One Response to “House Judiciary Committee Report: President Can Be Impeached for ‘Motives’ Without Breaking Law”

  1. taino21
    December 8th, 2019 @ 7:23 am

    These people are asking for a revolution and they will get it. They need to be charged with sedition and locked up for the rest of their miserable lives! They want to dismantle the constitution.

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