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Posted April 22. 2018 9:46PM

David O. Stewart: No matter how bad Trump is, he’s unlikely to be impeached unless Congress can finger him for a crime

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Before 1867, the House of Representatives impeached four judges, two of whom were removed from office after Senate trials. The Senate voted unanimously to remove West Humphreys of Tennessee, who was serving as a judge in the Confederate government and inciting rebellion against the United States. John Pickering of New Hampshire lost his position for erratic conduct that convinced the Senate he was unfit for office.