The History Briefing on Impeachment: How Historians Covered this Week's Top Story
by Jonathan Montano
A recap of historical perspectives on the current impeachment inquiry.
SOURCE: Washington Post
How the Mueller report could end the Trump presidency without impeachment
by Jasmin Bath
Democrats should run on a message from 1860: You need a president you can trust.
Trump Once Said A Candidate Was Too Inflammatory And Outrageous To Be President
“Simply put, Pat Buchanan has written too many inflammatory, outrageous, and controversial things to ever be elected president.”
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