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Holding Trump's impeachment trial after he is out of office is unconstitutional
Whatsamatta_U
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01-14-2021 06:04 PM

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Post: #31
RE: Holding Trump's impeachment trial after he is out of office is unconstitutional
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no it isn't unconstitutional
and the legal precedent has already been set

in 1876 Sec of War Belknap
tendered his resignation to Grant
which was accepted

afterwards he was impeached



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Post: #32
RE: Holding Trump's impeachment trial after he is out of office is unconstitutional
Whatsamatta_U  Wrote: (01-14-2021 06:04 PM)
no it isn't unconstitutional
and the legal precedent has already been set

in 1876 Sec of War Belknap
tendered his resignation to Grant
which was accepted

afterwards he was impeached



https://www.google.com/search?q=secretar...e&ie=UTF-8

What was he impeached for? and interesting that it was civil war era.
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Yeti
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01-14-2021 08:35 PM

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Post: #33
RE: Holding Trump's impeachment trial after he is out of office is unconstitutional
Wasting tax payer money on impeaching him!

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Whatsamatta_U
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01-14-2021 08:52 PM

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Post: #34
RE: Holding Trump's impeachment trial after he is out of office is unconstitutional
it's a drop in the bucket
in federal dollars
and is worth every penny

and had he been removed a year ago
400K Americans might still be alive
and the economy wouldn't be trashed


1.
POTUS inciting sedition and
also election fixing via GA phone call
are both impeachable offenses
and cannot go unpunished

2.
It sets an important legal precedent

3.
It paves the way for a Senate conviction
which prevents Trump from holding future office
since he is a clear and present danger
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GrimShaw
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01-14-2021 09:22 PM

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Post: #35
RE: Holding Trump's impeachment trial after he is out of office is unconstitutional
Bullshit. Secret service detail, money, and future political office are at stake. Saying that congress has no recourse in removing those things? Completely moronic.
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Post: #36
RE: Holding Trump's impeachment trial after he is out of office is unconstitutional
Whatsamatta_U  Wrote: (01-14-2021 08:52 PM)
it's a drop in the bucket
in federal dollars
and is worth every penny

and had he been removed a year ago
400K Americans might still be alive
and the economy wouldn't be trashed


1.
POTUS inciting sedition and
also election fixing via GA phone call
are both impeachable offenses
and cannot go unpunished

2.
It sets an important legal precedent

3.
It paves the way for a Senate conviction
which prevents Trump from holding future office
since he is a clear and present danger

If you are referring to the deaths attributed to the virus, then by your logic all heads of state worldwide should be impeached.

What legal precedent?

How is he a clear and present danger out of office?
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