What does the U.S. Constitution have to say about the current impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate? What does historical precedent say?
In this episode American Thought Leaders, Jan Jekielek sits down with constitutional attorney Rick Green, a former Texas state representative and co-founder of the Patriot Academy.
It’s unlikely that the impeachment managers will persuade sixty-seven senators to convict former president Donald Trump. But separate from the attempt to convict, Rick Green expects they are exploring other means to disqualify Trump from running for office again.
“By raising the 14th Amendment issue, they are looking for an opportunity to get a vote that does not require two-thirds,” Green argues. How would this scenario work exactly?