Does the label 'impeached' remain with a president even if not convicted of impeachment by the senate ?
- NathanLv 61 year ago
Yes. Clinton was impeached and that is his legacy. So was Andrew Johnson. Nixon resigned to avoid impeachment.
- Pearl LLv 71 year ago
i think thats possible
You don't get "convicted of impeachment" by the Senate.
If you are not convicted by the Senate
(see: Bill Clinton)
and if you remain in office
then the label of "impeached" is pretty much forgotten.
- virtual_cleoLv 71 year ago
Officially. But Bill Clinton hasn’t exactly been hiding under the bed the last few decades.
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Yes. Once the House votes on Wednesday to impeach him, he has been impeached. It stays with him forever.
- Anonymous1 year ago
It did with Clinton .
- L.N.Lv 71 year ago
The label remains, but as Clinton showed us, it isn't a really big deal.
In this case everyone will know that the partisan masturbatory exercise was just a stunt. LOL
Not if it's a Democratic president and you're a Democratic voter. See: Clinton, Bill.