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> Impeaching a President immediately after leaving office, Is it Constitutional? Will courts answer the question?
post Jan 26 2021, 01:11 PM
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1. Is it constitutional to impeach a former President immediately after they leave office for offenses they allegedly committed close to the end of their term in office?

2. If challenged in court, will the courts answer the question or choose to stay out of what they may consider a “political question”?

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