San Diego Law Professor On Authorized Aftermath of Washington Protests

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Previously mentioned: President Donald Trump speaks for the duration of a rally protesting the electoral college or university certification of Joe Biden as President, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington.

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California Western’s Glenn Smith appears at issues arising from Wednesday’s riot in Washington, D.C., together with the use of the 25th Amendment or re-impeachment to take away President Trump from office.

Aired: January 7, 2021 | Transcript

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The shocking functions in Washington on Wednesday had politicians, pundits and the general populace questioning what happened and what takes place next.

News and social media were peppered with questions about no matter if to connect with the melee an insurrection, a riot, terrorism, sedition, treason or just a protest whether President Trump himself is liable for fees of incitement to riot and no matter whether it is probable or even feasible that he could be eradicated from office ahead of his time period ends on January 20.

Glenn Smith, a professor of law at California Western College University of Legislation, who’s curiosity is in “the intersection of legislation, government and politics,” talked with KPBS Midday Version to reveal lawful definitions as well as the Constitutional troubles arising yesterday and in the weeks foremost up to all those situations.

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