High Crimes and Misdemeanors: What the Constitution Says About Impeachment

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Published on Dec 03, 2019 at 06:12 am

Join the National Constitution Center for two timely discussions on the history and future of presidential impeachment.

Top constitutional scholars, including Michael Gerhardt, the Center’s scholar-in-residence and CNN impeachment expert, John Malcolm, vice president for the Institute for Constitutional Government at the Heritage Foundation, Kimberly Wehle, professor of law at the University of Baltimore School of Law, and Keith Whittington, professor of politics at Princeton University, discuss the process of impeachment, the procedural steps the Constitution requires, and the state of the current impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.

Current and former members of Congress, including Representative Dwight Evans, Representative Mary Gay Scanlon, and former Congressmen Charles Dent and Ryan Costello, offer insight into how the Trump impeachment inquiry may play out and explore its potential impact.

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