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House Democrats will deliver to the Senate a single, hastily-passed article of impeachment against former President Trump. A trial is set to begin two weeks later, on February 9. It will be an event without precedent — the first time in U.S. history that a former president will be tried in a court of impeachment. But does the Constitution even allow a trial for an ex-president? Democrats of course say yes, but the precedent is pretty flimsy, and there is plenty of reason to believe just the opposite. So just why do Democrats think they can go after Trump one last time? A look at a what is sure to be an impassioned, and very weird, argument.
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