Impeachment has been in the news lately with the recent sentencing of Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, and as the Mueller investigation continues. But we’ve known of Trump’s impeachable offenses since he took the oath of office.
Check out our round-up of the latest news on impeachment proceedings against the President:
- WBUR: It’s Time to Impeach Donald Trump
- The New York Times: The Inevitability of Impeachment
- Washington Post: If Trump’s actions aren’t impeachable, then what is?
- The Hill: Mueller’s Choice: Impeachment Does Not Preclude Indictment
- NBC News: Trump Confides to Friends He’s Concerned About Impeachment
- Inquisitr: Donald Trump Impeachment Proceedings Could Start Soon, Predicts Key Watergate Figure
- The Nation: The Impeachment of Donald Trump Is No Longer ‘Off the Table
- The Boston Globe: Why Aren’t We Talking About Impeachment?
- USA Today: How House Democrats Can Save Democracy and the Rule of Law: Impeach Donald Trump ASAP
- Bloomberg: When Impeachment Is Mandatory
- Salon: The Case for Impeaching Trump: I Voted to Impeach Nixon — I Can Recognize a President Running Amok
- Thread by Harvard Law Professor, John Coates, on impeachment:
I know a widespread view among many Dem leaders is that impeachment by the Dem-controlled House would be a mistake if the GOP-controlled Senate won’t convict. 1/n
— John Coates (@jciv) December 8, 2018
And a reminder that Representative-elect Rashida Tlaib gifted our book, The Constitution Demands It, to each new member of Congress:
This was my gift to my new member class.
“To sin by silence, when we should protest, makes cowards out of men.” – from Ella Wheeler Wilcox’s poem Protest.
I am making sure we know our power in Congress to hold corrupt elected officials accountable. pic.twitter.com/U3HKPnEZ7J
— Rashida Tlaib (@RashidaTlaib) November 28, 2018
To purchase our book, click here.
And to get involved in the movement to hold the President accountable to the law, click here.