Of course impeachment is “on the table.” That’s not the interesting part. The interesting part is why it’s not happening yet, and for that you need to ask Republicans.
The Russian government — which laid plans for a Trump presidency when almost no one else seriously considered the possibility – started worrying about impeachment the minute he was elected. That’s one of the findings in a report produced for the Senate Intelligence Committee on the Russian influence campaign on social media in the 2016 election. … Read more
House Democrats who aren’t politically ready to begin impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump quite yet — but worry that none of the various oversight committees have the means or the clout to build the strongest public case – have a third alternative. They could follow the Watergate model, and establish a select committee. The Select … Read more
In a must-read interview on Bloomberg Opinion, former Obama White House counsel Robert Bauer makes the case that impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump may be essential to rebalancing our badly listing democracy. And he acknowledges that both political parties bear responsibility for concentrating too much power in the executive branch at the expense of Congress, … Read more