It appears likely that the House of Representatives is going to consider impeaching President Trump for the second time this coming week because of his incitement of last Wednesday’s insurrection (see WAYS TO TEACH ABOUT TODAY’S INSURRECTION – SHARE YOUR OWN)
There are obviously a ton of still-relevant resources at THE BEST TEACHING & LEARNING RESOURCES ABOUT IMPEACHMENT, the list I compiled before and during his first impeachment.
Here are a few new materials that might be particularly helpful this week – I’ll continue to add more:
How to Impeach a President in 12 Days: Here’s What It Would Take is from The NY Times.
What happens next in the impeachment of President Trump? is from The Washington Post.
Impeachment Briefing: ‘Incitement of Insurrection’ is from The NY Times.
Trump’s been impeached again. What’s next? is from CNN.
Andrew Johnson, 1868
Richard Nixon, 1973
Bill Clinton, 1998
Donald Trump, 2019
Donald Trump, 2021
Here’s a look back at the presidential impeachment proceedings in American history. https://t.co/aEQsKfDI4n
— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 13, 2021
Why Remove Trump Now? A Guide to the Second Impeachment of a President is from The NY Times.
Trump’s Second Impeachment: A Guide for Teachers is from Ed Week.