Which statement about Clinton’s impeachment is true?
A. Clinton’s impeachment was supported by the majority of Americans.
B. The impeachment charges were based on fraud found during the Whitewater investigation.
C. It was clear from the beginning of the impeachment trial that there were not enough votes in the Senate to convict.
D. Most congressional Democrats were convinced that the charge of perjury met the standard required by the Constitution for impeachment.
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really!!!! what let me try agian
unless its a ?
wasnt it the scandal he h
i mean he had with the lady he was dating?
Most Americans condemned Clinton’s actions but
opposed impeachment. Congressional Democrats, similarly, did not believe his
behavior met the standard of “Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Mis-
demeanors” required by the Constitution for the impeachment and removal of a
President. Nevertheless, the House of Representatives, led by the Republican
majority, impeached Clinton on the charges of perjury and obstruction of justice.
In January 1999, the Senate tried the President. The removal of a President
requires a two-thirds majority of senators, and from the beginning, it was clear
that Clinton’s opposition did not have the necessary votes. After a short trial,
the President was acquitted on both counts on February 12. (in my book i have no idea i thought it was D for sure)