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Impeachment news and analysis from The Nation
May 19, 2017
Trump Is a Cornered Megalomaniac—and That’s a Grave Danger to the Country
He will likely resort to all the tricks of the demagogue as he fights for his survival.
May 18, 2017
Will Trump Even Make It Through One Term?
Harold Meyerson on the politics of impeachment, D.D. Guttenplan on Democratic hopes in Montana, and Amy Wilentz on Ivanka’s new book.
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May 17, 2017
How Should We Investigate Trump’s Firing of Comey?
We need a special prosecutor—but an independent commission or select congressional committee would also help.
May 15, 2017
The Donald Trump Impeachment Clock Is Ticking
Congressman Mark Pocan says it has “moved us an hour closer to midnight.”
February 13, 2017
Congressional Democrats Are Already Warning Trump About Impeachment
Progressive Caucus Vice Chair Mark Pocan says the president must resolve “direct conflicts in both domestic and foreign policy” or face constitutional consequences.
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December 21, 2016
Mitch McConnell Assaulted the Constitution (and Got Away With It)
The senator refused to perform his duty in rejecting any consideration of Obama’s Supreme Court nominee.
June 1, 2016
Republicans Have a Dangerous New Weapon
Nobody likes paying taxes, but impeachment proceedings are wildly inappropriate.
May 19, 2016
Interview With Rio’s Dr. Rodrigo Brindeiro on Controlling Zika and the Olympics
A leading doctor makes it clear: You don’t control Zika by canceling the Olympics. You do it by controlling the mosquito.
May 18, 2016
Brazil’s New Government Shows Its Colors: All White, All Male, Ultra-Conservative
Months of furious pot-banging against Dilma Rousseff have now given way to anti-coup protests by Brazilian youth.
May 18, 2016
Don’t Move the Olympics, Protest Them
The recent ouster of
Dilma Rousseff is more bad news for those concerned about the spread of the Zika virus—and the Brazilian people.