This is why Trump hasn't been impeached

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Raw Story—Editor’s note: Removing a president from office is a two-step process. The first step is impeachment. That’s when members of the House indict, or charge, an official with an impeachable offense. Impeachment does not remove the president from office. That only happens if a second step is taken and the president is convicted of the alleged crimes. Jacob Neiheisel, an assistant professor at the University at Buffalo, SUNY answers five questions about how impeachment works. …

Michael Conway: How GOP efforts to impeach Rosenstein could make it easier to impeach Trump. For one thing, the new resolution lowers the already ambiguous standard for an impeachable offense.