Managing Director, Chief Strategist at Silvercrest Asset Management, Adjunct Professor at Columbia SIPA, former biz prof at Tsinghua University in Beijing
To say “the President has the power to appoint or remove ambassadors (or other officials)” is not enough. If, for instance, he received a bribe to appoint or remove someone, that would not be a legitimate exercise of his powers.
If that is the case, then why is the impeachment clause even in the Constitution?
The widow of the Indian man murdered in Kansas in February anti-immigrant hate crime now faces deportation from US.
Trapped in Malaysia doesn't carry quite the same punch as trapped in North Korea.