Impeachment, Part 2: Consequences
This week, Congress introduced 2 articles of impeachment against President Trump. One for abuse of power and one for obstruction of Congress.
The ongoing confrontation between the White House and U.S. Congress will likely engross President Donald Trump’s political attention in the months ahead. Given his central role in executing highly delicate negotiations with North Korea and high-stakes face-off over trade with China, the question on many people’s minds is how the impeachment inquiry may affect the U.S. government’s execution of foreign policy. Our guest today, KEI Senior Director Troy Stangarone, addresses this topic head-on.
This is part two of the episodes dealing with impeachment – specifically addressing how the impeachment will affect U.S. negotiations with North Korea.
If you haven’t listened to part 1 on the precedents set by the impeachment inquiries against Presidents Nixon and Clinton, I highly recommend you going back and listening to the episode. You can find it (here)