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Public impeachment inquiry hearings start Wednesday in U.S. House

Public impeachment inquiry hearings start Wednesday in the U.S. House.

Mizzou political science professor Justin Dyer says the founding fathers kept the potential process open to interpretation.

“This is essentially a legal process and a judicial process that is given to the legislature. And so it becomes political.”

Dyer says, if he had to guess, the Democratic-led House will probably impeach President Trump, but he does not expect two-thirds of the Republican-led Senate to vote to remove him from office.

“The question of whether the president has done anything worthy of impeachment is itself a political question, and that’s what we’re going to get into [Wednesday].”

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