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Where do Native voters stand on impeachment?


January 13, 2020

Native congressional members split their votes on impeaching Pres. Donald Trump, shown here at a rally in Rio Rancho, NM Aug. 2019 (Photo: NAC staff)

Donald Trump is only the third U.S. president to be impeached. Chances are extremely thin he'll actually be removed from office. But the process, like the president himself, prompts strong opinions among elected leaders and the voting public. We'll review the impeachment process so far and talk with Native political experts about how it's being viewed by voters.


Jourdan Bennett-Begaye (Diné) – Washington editor for Indian Country Today


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