On November 9, 2017, the Supreme Court ruled that Trump’s executive order on immigration was unconstitutional.
The court’s decision allowed the President to temporarily suspend the nation’s refugee admissions program, but it did not allow him to reinstate the travel ban that he had suspended.
The order was the first of many executive orders he would try to implement during his second term.
As we move forward, we can make a case for Trump to be impeached, but we need to look at the facts.
In this post, I will examine the legal arguments that will support impeachment against Trump and show how they could be used against him.
How does the law work to support impeachment?
There are four different kinds of cases that are considered in impeaching an President.
These are: impeachable offenses: crimes committed by a president against the Constitution or laws of the United States; impeachable acts: acts or omissions by a President which, taken together, amount to a crime against the United