Is it true that from this time forward - The President of the United States will serve only at the will of the House of Representatives?
- oil field trashLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
No. The House can impeach a president but only the senate can remove him if they have two thirds of the members vote to do so. Of course they can only do this after the house has impeached the president.
- wjstixLv 58 months ago
I hope it means that future Presidents recognize that they, Congress, and the Judiciary are co-equal branches that are supposed to both find ways to compromise with each other AND take each other to task when they do something wrong or unwise. Besides, I don't think Presidents Bush or Obama felt threatened by Congress after the impeachment of Pres. Clinton.
- Warren TLv 78 months ago
WELL IT WOULD SAY THAT IT IS MORE LIKELY IN THE FUTURE THAT PRESIDENTS WILL BE IMPEACHED
- 8 months ago
ONLY IF THE DEMOCRITS COMPLETELY TAKE OVER AND TRY TO TURN IT INTO A SOCIALIST DICTATORSHIP
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- John HLv 78 months ago
No. Not true. Read a civics book.
- 8 months ago
They would surely love that. Little kings that they think they are!
- CliveLv 78 months ago
Don't be silly.
- Jeff SLv 78 months ago
Nope that must be conservatives newest conspiracy theory defense of Trump!
- Anonymous8 months ago
This is a Dem coupe attempt
- Justin ThymeLv 78 months ago