Are democrats setting a precedent for every president to be impeached from now on?
- StephenWeinsteinLv 71 month ago
Not really. Republicans have impeached two (Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton). Democrats have impeached only one.
- 1 month ago
What they are working up to is for The House to appoint the POTUS.
Why bother asking all those people when you know the right answer anyway?
- SfancikLv 61 month ago
Hopefully. If you violate your oath of office then you'll be impeached, no matter how politically inconvenient it is for Congress.
At least some politicians and government officials take their oaths seriously and care about the country.
- ChrisLv 71 month ago
The Democrats have certainly trivialized impeachment with this stunt. What azzholes.
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- fatboysdaddyLv 71 month ago
When they refused to go to the court to get the people to testify and then run to impeach yes.
- tigeressLv 71 month ago
No, if we survive this Republican administration I hope and pray, that there will ever be another mentally unstable, lying narcissistic sociopath with a low IQ, Communist Republican president, appointed by Putin ever again.
We thought Bush/Cheney was corrupt, but this administration makes the Capone gang look like naughty schoolboys. They are doctoring, documents, shredding documents and blocking eye witness testimony. They have a lot to hide.
- DCCCLXXXVIIILv 71 month ago
No. They have set in motion a civil war, How soon it will begin in earnest is yet to be determined. A point of no return has already passed.Source(s): World and US History.
- YavanLv 71 month ago
No, the Republicans are setting up a precedent for a full banana republic.
Your argument is that the president is above the law.
If this wasn't so goddamn awful, it would be hilarious.
- 1 month ago
Yep essentially what they're saying is if the opposing party controls the House with a simple majority then it's normal for them to impeach the President simply because they don't agree with him. It's a dangerous precedent and one that will hurt our Republic
- marsel_duchampLv 71 month ago
No. Republicans are setting precedent for presidents not being held accountable for abuse of the power of the office.