The Department of Political Science invites you to attend "Pizza and Politics: Impeachment" taking place Wednesday, Nov. 20 from noon-1 P.M. in 286 ASH.
The U.S. constitution provides for impeachment for Treason, Bribery, or other High Crimes and Misdemeanors. Has that happened under President Trump?
Dr. Rhonda Saferstein will talk about impeachment: what it means, how it would work, and what standard of evidence would be needed to impeach and convict a president.
"Pizza and Politics" is a monthly pop-up lecture series hosted by the Department of Political Science to address current political issues and topics of the day. Pizza is provided, or feel free to bring a lunch of your own. Have questions? Contact the Political Science department at 402.554.2624.
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