Trump’s Impeachment Would Mean a Senate Trial. Here’s How That Would Work.

The Daily Signal | 12/14/2019 | Staff
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The vote by the House Judiciary Committee Friday to adopt two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump makes it clear that Democrats are moving full speed ahead on the road to impeachment—regardless of the merits of their accusations or the integrity of their process.

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But speeding down this road looks like it will be dangerous for the Democrats, who face the strong possibility that the trip will end in a crash and leave the party with serious injuries that will cause it to lose majority control of the House in the 2020 elections.

House Democratic leaders are so determined to strike out at Trump that they seem to be operating on the notion that “desperate times call for desperate measures.”

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“The next election is at risk,” said House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., when unveiling the committee’s two articles of impeachment earlier this week. “We must act now.”

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The full House, with a big Democratic majority, is expected to follow the lead of the Judiciary Committee next week and also adopt the articles of impeachment.

But don’t look for Trump to start packing his bags. The House vote simply sends the articles of impeachment to the Senate.

Then what happens?

Here is what we know based on the Constitution and Senate procedure.

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The Constitution has two short paragraphs regarding the Senate and impeachment. Article 1, Section 3, Clause 6...
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