What was the verdict in President Johnson’s impeachment trial?
He was found guilty.
He was removed from office.
He escaped conviction by one vote.
He was forced to confess his guilt.
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"In the end, the Senate voted to acquit President Andrew Johnson by a margin of 35 guilty to 19 not guilty - one vote short of the two-thirds needed to convict. In a 1926 case, the Supreme Court declared that the Tenure of Office Act had been invalid."