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Questions related to a legislative body formally bringing charges against a high-level government official. This usually starts a process that can end in removal from office.

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Impeachment is a political process, not a legal one. As long as the GOP hold a majority in the Senate, the president cannot and will not be impeached. The evidence would have to be overwhelming and … it would have to have political consequences to the Republican party's base and the president's base. Short answer: No, it does not make him vulnerable to impeachment. From Wiki: At the federal …
answered Nov 9 '18 by ShinEmperor