Jeffrey Tulis

Long Read: A Post-Impeachment Roadmap for Congress

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Impeachment may be over, but President Trump is continuing his assault on the Constitution. The House can check him. Jeffrey K. Tulis gives an overview as to how, starting with an anti-corruption effort led by the Democratic Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi. 

As the primary election season heats up, there is an understandable desire among office holders, candidates, and […]

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    The Senate as an Impeachment Court should not be the Senate as usual

The Senate as an Impeachment Court should not be the Senate as usual

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This week the US House of Representatives will likely vote to impeach President Trump. If and when this vote passes, then the US Senate will then be the venue for the trial which will determine whether the President should be removed from office or not. Jeffrey K. Tulis reminds us that in a Senate impeachment trial, that body effectively […]

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    How the Electoral College could deny Donald Trump the presidency.

How the Electoral College could deny Donald Trump the presidency.

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The 2016 election is not yet over – on December 19th Electors from across the US will meet to cast their votes for president as part of the Electoral College. Jeffrey Tulis writes that the Electoral College – which began as a deliberative institution – could be used to deny Donald Trump the presidency. He argues that a bi-partisan […]

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