Impeachment Inquiry Is an Opportunity to Investigate Trump’s Finances | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Impeachment Inquiry Is an Opportunity to Investigate Trump’s Finances

The impeachment inquiry under way against President Donald Trump is an important opportunity to “look under the microscope at Trump’s finances, which have largely been a black hole to this point,” says Anthony DiMaggio, a political scientist at Lehigh University. In this interview, DiMaggio — the author of Selling War, Selling Hope and The Politics of Persuasion — examines the history of impeachment in the United States and argues that there is little evidence to suggest the impeachment effort will hurt the Democrats. To the contrary, the inquiry has the potential to expose the many ways in which Trump has improperly profited from his position as president and generate renewed outrage in the lead-up to the 2020 election.

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Why don't we look under the microscope at the Clintons' finances?

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