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Protestors cross De Anza Boulevard and wave signs at cars that call for the House to pass two articles of impeachment tomorrow.

Demonstrators call for impeachment on street corners around Bay Area on the eve of historic impeachment vote

By Kathy Fang, The Harker Upper School February 20, 2020

On the eve of a historic House vote on two articles of impeachment, activists voice their support for impeachment at demonstrations around the Bay Area, joining over 600 rallies and protests nationwide...

Representative Adam Schiff reads articles of impeachment before the Senate on Jan. 16, 2020.

Students Weigh-in on Trump’s Impeachment

By Yoav Pinhasi, Beachwood High School February 12, 2020

On Dec. 18, 2019, President Donald J. Trump joined the likes of Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton when the House of Representatives voted to impeach him on counts of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. ...

President Donald Trump was acquitted February 5 from both charges. Article one was denied 52-48 and article two 51-49. Senator Mitt Romney was the only senator to cross party lines. 

Impeachment explained

By Talia Lissauer and Marta Hill February 12, 2020

Below are the transcripts to the two animated videos. The videos are available on YouTube and embedded in the transcripts below.  In the midst of this historic impeachment of President Donald Trump,...

House impeaches Trump; Senate acquits him

House impeaches Trump; Senate acquits him

By Grace Nugent, McCallum High School February 11, 2020

With a new decade comes political history being made. Until Dec. 18, 2019, there had only been two presidents in U.S. history who had been formally impeached. On Dec. 18, president Donald Trump became...

President Trumps impeachment trial in the Senate began on Jan. 22, 2020.

Trump becomes the third president impeached in US history

By Faith Cheung, Grace Burwell, and Rachel Wang February 10, 2020

On Jan. 22, 2019, the Senate held the third impeachment trial in history. In the month prior, the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Trump, charging him with high crimes and misdemeanors...

Today, Feb. 5, 2020, the Senate voted to acquit President Trump of both articles of impeachment.

Impeachment as Seen Through the Eyes of Students at La Salle

By Maddie Khaw, La Salle Catholic Preparatory High School February 7, 2020

Tensions between President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have been growing since September — and never have those tensions been better represented than at Trump’s State of the Union address...

AWAITING: With the Senate impeachment vote coming Wednesday, Republicans are looking for a quick and easy acquittal of the President on two Articles of Impeachment voted by the majority-Democratic House of Representatives.

Poll finds less than one-third of Shalhevet students favor removing Trump from office

By Sam Rubanowitz, Shalhevet High School February 6, 2020

Seventy percent of Shalhevet students believe President Trump should not be removed from office in the current Senate impeachment trial, while 30% believe he should be. But there are significant differences...

In response to the impeachment of President Donald Trump, students give their opinions on Trump and the upcoming 2020 election.

Students React to Presidential Impeachment, 2020 Election

By Ben Kushner , Rockville High School - MD January 27, 2020

Following a Congressional impeachment inquiry into allegations that President Donald Trump threatened to withhold U.S. aid to Ukraine unless Ukrainian President Vladamir Zalinsky opened an investigation...

President Donald Trump addresses the crowd at Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, for his 2020 presidential campaign rally on October 10, 2019. Trump continues to campaign despite the impeachment process beginning. The Senate began hearing testimonies this week.

Students feel the impact of current state of government

By Calen Moore, Seward County Community College January 23, 2020

It is a day that will live in hyperbole. Students in southwest Kansas can feel the impact of the impeachment process taking place currently in Washington, D.C. concerning the future of  President Donald...

A majority of the impeachment inquiry is taking place at Capitol Hill in Washington D.C.

Impeachment reverberates locally

By Noah Orloff, St. Louis Park High School January 16, 2020

After the full House voted to officially impeach President Donald Trump, the recent political discourse has called into question the effect of national politics on Park. According to social studies teacher...

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