The Case for Impeaching Trump (Hot Books, Nov. 12, 2018) by Elizabeth Holtzman establishes the requirements for impeachment as set out by the Constitution and proves that President Trump’s actions have already met those requirements. Holtzman makes the definitive, constitutional case that Trump can be impeached―and the process should start now.
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