There is precedent for this strategy. Members of Congress have introduced censure resolutions against at least 12 presidents. The most successful effort was the censure of Andrew Jackson in 1834, when the Senate condemned him for removing federal deposits from the Second Bank of the United States.
— https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2019/01/06/democrats-dont-impeach-donald-trump/

No way would this work.

Feels like different times call for different measures.

Could Congress go after Twitter?


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