Talking about Impeachment After the Hearings

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“Abuse of power” remains the most effective way to describe President Trump’s wrongdoing, but other messages can help.

Democrats in the House Intelligence Committee recently concluded public hearings with key witnesses. Support for impeachment has held steady from the beginning of the inquiry and through the public hearings.
How can progressives make the case for impeachment as the House of Representatives prepares to vote on it? The key takeaway: There is more than one effective explanation for an impeachment vote, but “abuse of power” remains a resonant theme – along with the idea that no one is above the law.
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