Tom Ginsburg: Impeachment is a “Hard Reset” Button in Other Countries, but not the USA

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After a month’s delay, the public gears of impeachment are turning again Washington. The US House will vote Wednesday to send its arguments in favor of impeaching President Trump over to the Senate for trial. The Republican-controlled Senate is unlikely to remove President Trump from office. 

America is not the only country that allows for impeachment of a President, but the way it works here is fairly unusual – and maybe not ideal.

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