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College Starts Criminal Justice Course On How Trump Could Be Impeached

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College Starts Criminal Justice Course On How Trump Could Be Impeached

The College of Extended Studies & American Language Institute at San Diego State University is now offering a course called: “Trump: Impeachment, Removal, or Conviction.”

According to KUSI, the course description says that the focus will be on the two constitutional grounds for removing a president from office: “Impeachment and removal (25th Amendment).”

Check out the course description below…

Focus will be on the two constitutional grounds: impeachment and removal (25th Amendment), and the possible charges of the independent counsel, the powers of the president, a history of the creation of that office and the comparison of divine right and rule of law leadership, presidential impeachments, including Nixon’s de facto impeachment, practically limitless grounds for impeachment, presidential immunity from indictment, and grounds for impeachment, removal, or indictment covering: conflict of interests, foreign emoluments, climate change, racism, religious bias, improper influence, nepotism, and a host of crimes, including conspiracy, false statements, and obstruction of justice.

The course will include lessons on possible charges of the independent counsel, as well as the powers of the president. Students in the class will also learn about “presidential immunity from indictment, and grounds for impeachment, removal, or indictment.”

The curriculum will range from conflict of interests to obstruction of justice and religious bias.

It is a one-credit class and is part of the university’s criminal justice program.

The university told the San Diego TV station that the course will present an “overall framework of impeachment, removal or criminal investigation of a president.”

“Rather than focusing on President Trump,” the course “reviews all 19 impeachments in U.S. history.”

According to KUSI, the university added that the College of Extended Studies is not funded by taxpayers.

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Credit: The Hill

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