Thoughts on the House’s Impeachment of President Trump, and on the Senate’s Trial of The Impeachment

1. It was reasonable for the House to impeach President Trump for Ukraine request.

2. The House should have called more witnesses with firsthand knowledge of the President’s actions and better knowledge of his intentions.

3. I am very, very wary of the House’s impeachment of President Trump for “obstruction.”

4. I don’t know whether the Senate should vote to remove President Trump.

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I’m a resident scholar at AEI, and a law professor at George Mason University, directing the law school’s Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State.

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Adam J. White

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I’m a resident scholar at AEI, and a law professor at George Mason University, directing the law school’s Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State.

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