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The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson (1868)

Notable among the 19 senators who voted to acquit were seven "Republican Recusants" who defied their party to save the impeached president. "I cannot agree to destroy the harmonious working of the Constitution," concluded recusant senator James Grimes of Iowa, "for the sake of getting rid of an Unacceptable President."

Ain't easy to dismiss a dangerous president ... just 10 days!

by Oui on Sat Jan 9th, 2021 at 10:20:32 AM EST

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