Impeachment Is Unpredictable

House Speaker House Nancy Pelosi speaks during a media briefing ahead of the House vote authorizing an impeachment inquiry into President Trump, October 31, 2019. (Joshua Roberts/Reuters)
We don’t know what new revelations might emerge or whether they would unnerve the president’s GOP support.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE Y es, it already seems like two eternities ago. But do you realize that, if we could turn back time just five weeks, no one would have heard of the “whistleblower”? Those of us who can find Ukraine on a map would be back to ignoring it — except to wonder when and why it stopped being the Ukraine. (It has to do with breaking free of Soviet tyranny, by the way.)

There is a lesson in there about unpredictability that the unpredictable Trump White House would do well to internalize.

See, nobody knows for sure how impeachment proceedings will go. Of course,

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