Will Trump face charges after the impeachment and removal from office?
- Tom VLv 54 weeks ago
Whether he is impeached or not, or removed from office or not, If he is found to have committed crimes, and the crimes are serious enough, and the evidence is strong enough, he might be prosecuted after he leaves office.
- David B.Lv 74 weeks ago
Not unless they can prove he actually committed a crime. So far with all of the allegations, not one actual criminal act has been stated by his opponents. They have made numerous accusations but have yet to say what actual crime he has committed made and the law he has broken.
- No ImpeachmentLv 64 weeks ago
- Virtual_cleoLv 74 weeks ago
With or without removal from office, he will someday no longer be in office. Then he will face charges from New York at the very least. Unless he is either dead or grossly incapacitated by then. And frankly, that may not be a difficult case to make.
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- Mr. SmartypantsLv 74 weeks ago
Trump is suspect in a number of New York State matters. My understanding is that if he stays in the White House until 2024, the statute of limitations will have run out on those suspected crimes. But if he's removed from office, or doesn't win re-election next year, he could well spend the rest of his time in prison.
- American AtheistLv 64 weeks ago
Yes, even if Pence pardons him of Federal charges, there are 8 state and local charges pending which Pence can not pardon him of