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Old 05-14-2018, 05:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Pleonast View Post
This raises the question: can the President be impeached after their term has ended? Since impeachment can lead to removal from office and/or prohibition from holding office again, it's logically possible to impeach and bar a former President from holding office again. But it's not clear to me if it's legally possible.
The President is no longer President after the term. Why would Congress have power over someone who is not an officer of the United States?