Impeached: How Presidents Handled it -- Trump vs. Clinton.
How can a president continue to govern with an impeachment trial looming? How does he handle that, along with domestic and foreign policy tasks? Retro Report looks at the approach taken by Bill Clinton in the lead up to his 1998 impeachment, when he charged with lying to a federal grand jury and obstructing justice. Clinton created what one expert called a “parallel universe” to filter out distractions. President Trump, who has been charged with abusing power and obstructing Congress, has taken a different tack, using campaign rallies, press statements and his Twitter account to weigh in on the process very publicly. Retro Report explores those strategies and other similarities and differences in the Clinton and Trump impeachment pathways.
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