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Politics Latest Messages: To be honest, that's nothing new.....

Excerpt from a news article... - SM

Posted: Oct 6th, 2019 - 1:46 pm In Reply to: If the House Won’t Vote, Impeachment Inquiry Is Just a Democratic - Stunt

What is the process?

In both the Nixon and the Clinton cases, the House Judiciary Committee first held an investigation and recommended articles of impeachment to the full House. In theory, however, the House of Representatives could instead set up a special panel to handle the proceedings — or just hold a floor vote on such articles without any committee vetting them.

When the full House votes on articles of impeachment, if at least one gets a majority vote, the president is impeached — which is essentially the equivalent of being indicted.

From NYT.

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