REPORT: America’s ‘Founding Fathers’ star in Trump impeachment hearing

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BY TEAM DML / DECEMBER 4, 2019 /

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The framers of the 232-year-old U.S. Constitution played a central role in Wednesday’s impeachment hearing as constitutional law professors outlined the case for, and against, ousting Republican President Donald Trump.

The Founding Fathers, the American leaders who declared independence from Britain and created the democratic framework for the United States, were invoked by constitutional experts and lawmakers alike, as they argued over impeachable bribery, high crimes and misdemeanors, and obstruction of justice.

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Harvard Law School professor Noah Feldman said he believed the framers of the Constitution “would identify President Trump’s conduct as exactly the kind of abuse of office, high crimes and misdemeanors, that they were worried about.

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Professor Jonathan Turley of the George Washington University Law School, the Republicans’ witness, also invoked the “Founding Fathers.” He said the intended for impeachment to be used sparingly and argued against moving forward with the impeachment barring additional evidence that proved a criminal act by Trump.

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