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This Campaign To Send Congress A Guide On Impeachment Is The Best Kind Of Troll

Every time President Donald Trump does something outrageous — so, basically, every week — there's a certain segment of the internet that starts thinking longingly of impeachment. And while every so often, members of Congress get in on the action, for the most part it can sometimes seem like Congressional legislators don't quite know what to do about the calls to remove the president. Enter Barbara Radnofsky and her new book, A Citizen's Guide To Impeachment, ready to help.

Donald Trump Wins The Presidential Election

"Hillary has worked very long and very hard over a long period of time, and we owe her a debt of gratitude," Trump said in his victory speech in front of a crowd of supporters at the Midtown Hilton Hotel in New York City. "I will be President for all Americans. And this is so important to me," Trump joked, noting that he had many detractors. Just eight years after the U.S. elected its first Black president, voters chose a new leader who ran on promises to roll back much of the progressive