SOURCE: Washington Post
The chief justice who presided over the first presidential impeachment trial thought it was political spectacle
As Trump’s trial gets set to begin, the spotlight is inevitably turning — just as it did with Johnson — to the chief justice of the United States, who must somehow preside over this very odd, kind-of-sort-of legal process of politicians sitting in judgment of the country’s commander in chief.
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