US President Donald Trump intimidated to tussle on the probable impeachment effort by Congressional Democrats in the US Supreme Court. For the US constitution, this could be quite difficult and the courts have also made clear that the US Constitution have no role in the impeachment proceedings, which reflects the power of the legislators for checking the wrongdoing by the President.

The tweet of the US President recommended the White House is taking a debate seriously among the Democrats on whether to introduce the process which could eliminate the President on the basis of evidence of impasse of justice in the Mueller report published last week.

US President wrote, “the Mueller Report, despite being written by Angry Democrats and Trump Haters, and with unlimited money behind it ($35,000,000), didn’t lay a glove on me. I DID NOTHING WRONG ”. He also added, “if the partisan Dems ever tried to Impeach, I would first head to the US Supreme Court `.The final report by Special Counsel Robert  Mueller from his Russia interruption probe listed a dozen separate actions by the US President which supported impasse allegations.

But Special Counsel Robert  Mueller protested on concluding if they evaluated to a crime, leaving that decision to Congress, where the House of Representatives has the power of impeaching a President, formally accusing him – and the Senate to find him innocent or guilty.

The constitution is strict on the proceedings, “ the sole power of impeachment ” and the Senate “ the sole power to try all impeachments.”

Law Professor of Harvard University Laurence Tribe claimed “ giving the Supreme Court a role in the impeachment process itself was carefully considered but deliberately and emphatically discarded”, by the authors of the constitution.

Democrats were still talking over whether pledging a politically divisive impeachment effort would be a good concept less than 19 months before the next Presidential election.

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