Law professor: Already enough evidence to impeach Trump if he becomes president. Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump is interviewed by ABC News on June 16, 2015.
[ABC News] A legal researcher at the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law says that current lawsuits against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump are sufficient grounds to impeach him from the presidency if he is elected. Professor Christopher L. Peterson has found that should Trump win the election in November, he would be vulnerable to impeachment, thanks to fraud and racketeering lawsuits related to the Trump University case. “In the United States, it is illegal for businesses to use false statements to convince consumers to purchase their services,” Peterson wrote in a paper published Monday titled Trump University and Presidential Impeachment. Here's Proof That the Media Helped Create Donald Trump. There’s been a lot of debate in media industry circles about whether the media helped create the Donald Trump phenomenon by constantly writing about him and putting him on television in an attempt to drive traffic and ratings.
Now a new study from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government has come up with some fairly compelling ammunition to support this view. Why Donald Trump Can’t Win The White House. Explicit cookie consent. IN A week’s time, the race for the Republican nomination could be all but over.
Donald Trump has already won three of the first four contests. Oil Lobby Paid Washington Post and Atlantic to Host Climate-Change Deniers at RNC. At the award-winning seafood restaurant in downtown Cleveland that The Atlantic rented out for the entire four-day Republican National Convention, GOP Rep. Bill Johnson turned to me and explained that solar panels are not a viable energy source because “the sun goes down.” Johnson had just stepped off the stage where he was one of the two featured guests speaking at The Atlantic’s “cocktail caucus,” where restaurant staff served complimentary wine, cocktails, and “seafood towers” of shrimp, crab cakes, oysters, and mussels to delegates, guests, reporters and, of course, the people paying the bills. The event was sponsored by the American Petroleum Institute, the lobbying arm of fossil fuel giants like ExxonMobil, Chevron, and ConocoPhillips.
Instead of balancing Johnson with an environmentalist or a climate scientist, The Atlantic paired Johnson with another notorious climate denier: Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., who is an energy adviser to Donald Trump. How American Politics Became So Ineffective. It’s 2020, four years from now.
The campaign is under way to succeed the president, who is retiring after a single wretched term. Voters are angrier than ever—at politicians, at compromisers, at the establishment. Congress and the White House seem incapable of working together on anything, even when their interests align. Subcommittee Hearing: National Security Benefits of Trade Agreements with Asia and Europe. The phony in American politics: how voters turn into suckers. Then I’ll get on my knees and prayWe don’t get fooled again.The Who, Won’t Get Fooled Again For most of history we had an excuse.
Emperors, pharaohs, czars, kings, queens, sultans, sheiks, they descended on us via peremptory power structures and the vagaries of genetics. FBI Reportedly Basing Clinton Foundation Investigation On 'Clinton Cash' Book. Is the rout already on? (with more data) Update at end. We have seen a lot of indicators — polls showing Clinton up in AZ and GA, with UT, TX and AK in play a series of national polls out in last two days showing an average margin of +9 in 4-way race the Clinton campaign expanding the map the clear smell of panic from the Trump campaign with the increasing rhetoric about a rigged election So let me offer two pieces of data that tend to answer the question in my title in the affirmative. 1. 2.
Date Clinton Trump Sept 22-25 43 43 Sept 28-Oct 2 47 41 Oct 5-9 49 38 Oct 12-17 51 36.
The most thorough, profound and moving defense of Hillary Clinton I have ever seen. The List of 350 Obama Accomplishments so far, With Citations. There are a lot of naysayers out there, but those who claim that President Barack Obama was not that great or even “a disaster” as President really do not know what they are talking about.
Obama not only brought grace and dignity back to the White House, but he also accomplished a lot. He would have accomplished more, but “we the people” (including the professional left) labeled him “a disappointment” in his first two years, even though his policies prevented an economic depression and gave everyone better health insurance at a lower cost that would otherwise be the case. This was a remarkable man; easily the most “presidential” president we have seen in a while. A New Phase in Anti-Obama Attacks. Photo It is a peculiar, but unmistakable, phenomenon: As Barack Obama’s presidency heads into its twilight, the rage of the Republican establishment toward him is growing louder, angrier and more destructive.
Republican lawmakers in Washington and around the country have been focused on blocking Mr. Obama’s agenda and denigrating him personally since the day he took office in 2009. Hillary's closing case—'I've never quit and I never will. Tomorrow, let's make history together' Obama Reckons With a Trump Presidency. The morning after Donald Trump was elected President of the United States, Barack Obama summoned staff members to the Oval Office.
Some were fairly junior and had never been in the room before. They were sombre, hollowed out, some fighting tears, humiliated by the defeat, fearful of autocracy’s moving vans pulling up to the door. Although Obama and his people admit that the election results caught them completely by surprise—“We had no plan for this,” one told me—the President sought to be reassuring. “This is not the apocalypse,” Obama said. History does not move in straight lines; sometimes it goes sideways, sometimes it goes backward. Obama’s insistence on hope felt more willed than audacious. Ruling Elites page. A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State: John Whitehead, Nat Hentoff: 9781590799758: Amazon.com. POLITICO.
FiveThirtyEight. The Rough Cut. Political Humor. Daniel Pipes. Tell Congress: Revoke the NFL’s tax-exempt status. U. S. Electoral College 2008 Election - Certificates. 2016 National Popular Vote Tracker. The Verge: 2016 Yearbook.