There should have been three more.
It shouldn’t be harder for a president to wind up facing charges and serious prison time than it is for a regular citizen. It should be easier. There should be a constant expectation of oversight and a constant awareness of scrutiny.
Impeachment should only be considered an extraordinary and unusual step if the power of the presidency starts being treated with extraordinary transparency, caution, and probity by those who hold it.
In this day and age, impeachment should be common. And not just of presidents.
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