While on the Senate floor on Friday, Democratic Senate Majority leader Chuck Schumer said there will in fact be an impeachment trial for Trump, despite questions surrounding its constitutionality.
Schumer said the following…
But make no mistake, the trial will be held in the United States Senate. There will be a vote whether to convict the President.
Now I’ve heard of some my Republican colleagues argue that this trial will be unconstitutional because Donald Trump is no longer in office. An argument that has been roundly repudiated and debunked.By hundreds of constitutional scholars – left right and center.
Schumer continues but has a pretty bad slip up when he says “erection” instead of “insurrection.” He quickly corrects himself and does a sort of “yikes” face. It’s pretty hilarious.
Jan.22 — The House’s article of impeachment against former president Donald Trump will be delivered to the Senate on Monday, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Sc…
According to Alan Dershowitz – a Lawyer that specializes in constitutional law and is a former Harvard professor – it is not constitutional to convict a president that is no longer in office. The way he explains it is brilliant and easy to understand.
Dershowitz short explanation:
Constitutional scholar Alan Dershowitz joins Newsmax TV to discuss the legality and process of an impeachment trial against a former president, as is the cas…
Dershowitz longer, more detailed explanation:
This is Alan Dershowitz’s video podcast called The Dershow. We discuss politics, law, the constitution and current events.