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].”