IMPEACHMENT TRIAL | HAMILTON FEDERALIST PAPERS REFERENCED

Impeachment Trial
Impeachment Trial | February 4, 2020 Impeachment Trial President Trump's Impeachment Trial, live to the public on February 4, 2020, with acquittal votes for or against set to occur February 5, 2020. Members of Congress have an allotted time to make an argument for or against Trump's Impeachment of quilt or innocense related to articles. The Articles Of Impeachment outline the Constitutional reasons for the removal of a President from office, “Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Mi...
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WHY RUSSIAN INFLUENCE IN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 2016 IS A BIG DEAL for U.S.

Hamilton Federalist Papers #68
Hamilton Federist Papers #68: Why Russian influence in #Election2016 is a big deal? #ElectoralCollege protocol has a built-in clause for foreign interference #Hamilton68. pic.twitter.com/d5d77vwu2H — ExpressYourselfBlog (@eybvote) December 15, 2016 The Federalist Papers #68: In Their Entirety || Federalist No. 68 || The Mode of Electing the President From the New York Packet Friday, March 14, 1788. Author: Alexander Hamilton To the People of the State of New York: THE mode of appointment of...
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