by Paul Kengor
The American Spectator
Democrats insist that a former president can be impeached. Frankly, I had always thought this was an open question.
I assumed that an ex-president, i.e., no longer in office, could not be impeached, especially given that I long understood impeachment as part of a formal process for removal, especially as the process moved from the House to the Senate.
Article 2, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution deals with a president and impeachment. It states, “President, Vice President and…