Impeachment [noun]

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Mandel said the impeachment “got my blood boiling to the point where I decided to run.”

The 10 House and six Senate Republicans who have expressed the view that impeachment is not only constitutional but essential are the fringe.

Twice now, 44 Republicans have voted against even proceeding with the trial on the grounds that it is unconstitutional to hold an impeachment trial for a president who is no longer in office.

When the impeachment managers began their presentation, which showed how the rioters flooded through the halls of the Capitol, many senators strained in their seats to get a better view of the video monitor.

New footage of this was released at Wednesday’s session of the impeachment trial.

The Founders designed the impeachment process as a way to remove officeholders from public office — not an inquest against private citizens.

The last impeachment, based on lies and done for purely political purposes, was neither and this week’s effort is even less so.

There was also an effort to start primarying the members who voted for impeachment.

Two-thirds of senators present and voting on an article of impeachment are necessary to convict.

The party’s lawmakers are discussing what action to take against the president, including the possibility of impeachment, for his role in last week’s insurrection at the Capitol, while Republicans are split.