The American University professor who predicted President Trump’s 2016 election win has a new prediction: Mr. Trump will be impeached. Allan Lichtman joined “Red & Blue” to break down the history behind his latest forecast, and what Trump could do to change his mind.
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One of the most searched phrases on the Internet today is “Impeach Trump.” How realistic is this possibility? Lichtman, Distinguished Professor of History at American University, believes that Trump’s impeachment isn’t a matter of if but when, and his new book details how it might work. First, he looks at President Trump’s particular vulnerabilities, including his dealings with Russia, his conflicts of interest at home and abroad, and numerous civil suits surrounding his actions. Lichtman puts these into historical context with detailed presentations of previous presidential impeachments, including Congress’s 1868 action against President Andrew Johnson, debates about sanctioning Nixon, and the hearings into President Clinton’s behavior.
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