Washington Examiner—The Constitution’s parameters for what may justify the impeachment of a president are “Treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors.” But what constitutes a “high crime and misdemeanor” is a matter up for debate. While it clearly includes criminal misconduct, when is impeachment the appropriate remedy for something that might be wrong, but not strictly illegal?
Impeachment in search of a high crime. This is always the problem with "government first" kleptocrats. They are constantly coming up with "solutions" — sometimes "final" ones — and then they go off in search of a problem. In this case, the government-firsters have an impeachment in search of a high crime or misdemeanor. Originally, for President