For only the fourth time in the nation’s history, Congress is determining whether it will impeach the president of the United States.
So what is impeachment, how does it work, and what’s going to happen?
There is no shortage of questions about impeachment and confusion about the process seems to have also enveloped Congress itself. But there’s an abundance of experts and historians on hand to help, including a few here at POGO. We’re using this FAQ to capture the many questions around impeachment, and provide the best answers we can find.
We will continually update this FAQ, and hope that you will submit your questions to us (you can do so here).
Here we go!
Also: Check Out Our Resources on Impeachment
POGO provides and maintains a list of resources on the impeachment process, including rules and procedures, history, and executive privilegeExplore Our Resources
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