The lingering question for the man on the street who doesn’t care to litigate the rights and wrongs of both sides, to find Ukraine on a map or switch rapidly between MSNBC and FOX News to figure out what’s going on, is why not wait for the election.
Bill Clinton was impeached in the middle of his second term. That’s the time when it makes the most sense to impeach a president. He can’t run again, but he still has some years remaining in office.
Nixon was on his second term. Johnson was an unpopular vice president who was obstructing the will of the legislature.
But why impeach Trump in the sunset of his first term as an election is coming up?
Rep. Schiff had an answer. It explains everything.
“If not remedied by his conviction in the Senate and removal from office, President Trump’s abuse of his office and obstruction of Congress will permanently alter the balance of power among the branches of government,” the 59-year-old congressman said.
Schiff accused Trump of attempting to “use the powers of the presidency to cheat in an election.”
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