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Dems Move to Impeach Trump, Healthcare at Stake

On Tuesday, September 24, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi officially began a formal impeachment inquiry of Donald Trump. 

This is followed by both Trump and his attorney, Rudy Giuliani, admitting that Trump pressured Ukraine to interfere with the 2020 presidential election by investigating the son of Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President, Joe Biden. 

With the future of Medicare in the balance, here’s what a Trump impeachment could mean.  

What a Trump impeachment could mean

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How impeachment works

To put it simply, the House of Representatives decides if a president should be impeached, or called to testify in front of Congress in a formal questioning. Then the Senate holds a trial to decide if the president should be indicted and removed from office. 

To date, no president has been impeached and subsequently removed from office. Presidents Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were both impeached, but they were later acquitted by the Senate. President Richard Nixon resigned from office before the impeachment process began on the Watergate scandal. 

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