2019年11月8日 星期五

When a President and Congress Go to War

What happens then?

This week, we're publishing two cover stories — on impeachment. Jason Zengerle spends time with Rep. Adam Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, and uncovers how the Democrats' impeachment tactician plans to run his investigation.

Emily Bazelon explains how Trump is not the first president to defy Congress, and that a struggle for power has been playing out since the nation's founding — as its framers intended.

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