A year apart, two ferocious political dramas challenged American democracy. As Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporters Kevin Sullivan and Mary Jordan show in this gripping account, the two Trump impeachments and acquittals shared common threads: An American president, relentless in his drive to win re-election, willing to disregard the laws that limit his powers, no matter the cost. A divided Congress, split along party lines, unable to agree on whether Trump's actions met the Constitutional standard for removal from office. The Constitution itself, tested in ways that its framers had not anticipated.
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