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Impeachment ramifications are just beginning to unfold

The historic and rapid second impeachment of President Donald Trump came and went in a week. But the larger ramifications of the House's decision to impeach the President in his final days in office are just beginning to unfold.

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Opinion: The GOP's carnival of hypocrisy

History will record that the second impeachment of President Donald Trump branded him forever as a catastrophically immoral and divisive leader. It will also mark most of his defenders in the Republican Party as duplicitous opportunists who claimed at the last moment that the country needed unity after they had contributed to the rhetoric bringing the nation to the precipice of civil war.

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Analysis: Trump's second impeachment still won't remove him from office

We're looking at a second impeachment of President Donald Trump. The process will be different this time, both for the lawmakers sitting in judgment of Trump and for the man himself. One thing we know: He'll stay in office and likely finish out his term, because it takes a Senate conviction to remove him.

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Impeaching Trump isn't enough

Impeachment of President Donald Trump is necessary but not enough. Conviction, too, is amply warranted but still insufficient. Congress must take that final step and use its rarely invoked constitutional power to disqualify Trump from ever again holding federal office.

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Carl Bernstein: This stain will cling to Donald Trump forever

The potential removal of President Donald Trump from office starts out more popular than any other removal process of a president in recent American history. Legendary Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein says Republican leaders need to constrain Trump to prevent further damage to democracy.

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Republicans, expel anyone who supports the rioters

The United States witnessed a violent insurrection on Wednesday designed to prevent the certification of President-elect Joe Biden's victory. It left five dead, including police officer Brian D. Sicknick. The majority of Americans -- including between 70% and 80% of Republicans surveyed in two new polls this week -- have rightfully disavowed the violence.

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White House in 'crisis management' mode

Outside lawyers are being sought for consultation by the White House about the prospect of a last minute, rapid impeachment of President Donald Trump, a source familiar with the matter said.

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Inciting terrorism is a crime

On Wednesday a pro-Trump mob assaulted the Capitol, breaking through windows and doors, resulting in four fatalities. They also interrupted the election certification of President-elect Joe Biden and the peaceful transfer of power that has been the hallmark of American democracy for more than two centuries.

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What we know about the 4 deaths in the riots

One woman was fatally shot by police and three people died of apparent medical emergencies Wednesday when a mob of President Trump's supporters stormed the US Capitol.

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