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Can the Senate Decline to Try an Impeachment Case?

"This discussion does not engage in depth with all the parliamentary possibilities and intricacies. But it is sufficient to say for present purposes that, if the House of Representatives were to impeach the president, Senate Republicans would be in a position, if so inclined, to scuttle any trial." ~Paragraph #8

Can the Senate Decline to Try an Impeachment Case? - Lawfare

Can the Senate Decline to Try an Impeachment Case? - Lawfare

Does the Senate have an obligation to conduct a trial of the president if the House impeaches him? With the increased prospects for an impeachment inquiry now that the Democrats have taken control of the House of Representatives, most discussions of

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Democrats are about to get the rudest awakening of their lives.
FYI: I just got off the phone with West Point graduate, retired U.S. Army Intelligence Major General Paul Vallely, & he informed me the Senate not only can override the House's impeachment bullshit but is in the process of doing so as we speak. POTUS 45 isn't going away anytime soon, and Democrats are about to get an earful from "We, the people!"


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