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Senate acquittal stirs conversation

The US senate acquitted President Donald Trump on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, prompting many to question the impeachment trial itself.

e: Eddie Kiev ’20 and Audrey Bernstein ’20

February 13, 2020

State of the Union prompts debate

The State of the Union address was riddled with controversy surrounding Trump’s remarks prior to his impeachment trial.

Eddie Kiev ’20 and Dana Perelberg ’20

February 13, 2020

Students share perspectives on Trump’s impeachment

The House of Representatives vote to impeach President Donald Trump on two articles (abuse of power and obstruction of Congress) on Dec. 18.

Andreas Lolis '21 and Graham Wood '21

January 5, 2020

Calls for Trump’s impeachment are baseless

Booked For Impeachment? If Impeached, Donald Trump would become the third President to be impeached. For Trump to be impeached, the House of Representatives needs two-thirds of Representatives to vote for impeachment. After this vote, the Senate performs a trial to see if the President should be acquitted.

Sam Zuckerman '21

June 12, 2019

The release of the Mueller report has only further entrenched people’s support or opposition of President Donald Trump on all sides of the political spectrum. Trump opposers argue that his unreported meetings with Russian officials and the firing of James Comey are evidence of conspiracy to collude and ...

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