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Trump’s firing of witnesses who testified during his impeachment trial has been described as ‘retribution.’ But these actions are actually revenge, a political scientist says.
The Constitution provides Congress with plenty of tools to hold the White House to account. So what moves does the legislative branch have left?
What the acquittal of Donald Trump means for the future of the US presidency.
Trump’s backers say he is shielded from removal as no criminal offense took place. But this view may be at odds with the original intent of the impeachment.
According to Trump’s lawyer, if a president thinks his election is in the public interest, then any action he takes cannot be considered a quid pro quo... This argument would put anti-constitutional power in a president’s hands, B. Jay Cooper writes.
Post-truth questions the very nature of truth itself – that’s why it’s so dangerous.