Monday on the radio, LevinTV host Mark Levin criticized media pundits for discussing the impeachment articles against President Trump seemingly without any idea of what's required to impeach a president or the separation-of-powers battle that's at the heart of this politically motivated impeachment.
"I think part of the problem we have, ladies and gentlemen, is most of the people commenting on impeachment have no idea what they're talking about. Have not studied the subject in any significant way," Levin said.
Levin described how during the Clinton impeachment trial in the late 1990s, he studied President Andrew Johnson's impeachment trial in depth to understand the process, the Constitution's requirements for impeachment, and the case against President Johnson and how it informed what was happening to President Bill Clinton.
"People are comparing the Clinton impeachment to the Trump impeachment," Levin said. Setting the record straight, before Trump's trial begins in the Senate, Levin defended President Trump from the accusations thrown against him by Democrats and the media and explained how Johnson's impeachment trial is essential to understanding what's happening to Trump.
"This is an assault by the Democrats on the Constitution, on the power and independence of the presidency. It is an assault on separation of powers," Levin said.
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