Washington (Reuters) – The drafting of the 232-Year-Old United States Constitution plays a central role during the fourth treatise hearing as the Constitutional law professor outlines the case for, and against, topple the Republican president Donald Trump.
The constitutional scholar Noah Feldman, a law professor at Harvard University School of Law; Pamela Karlan, co-director of the Supreme Court Litigation clinic at Stanford University School of Law; Michael Gerhardt, professor of law at North Carolina University School of Law; And Jonathan Turley, professor of law at the George Washington University School of Law, testified in a hearing of the Washington, United States House of Justice Committee, Dec. 4, 2019. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
The founders, the American leader declared independence from Britain and created the democratic framework for the United States, were called by constitutional experts and planners alike, as they argued over impeachable bribes, high crime and misdemeanor, and blockage of justice.
Harvard Law School Prof. Noah Feldman said he believed the drafting of the constitution “would determine the behavior of President Trump as to precisely the types of office abuse, high crime and misdemeanor, that they were worried about.
“And they will want the Senate to take appropriate action and to impeach.”
That attracted a blistering reaction from representatives Doug Collins, the…