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SDSU class focused on impeaching Asset

A California university is offering a class geared solely to the subject of the removal of President Trump of the office.

San Diego State University is offering a one-unit course in March called ” Trump: Impeachment, Removal or Conviction?”, taught by Professor John Joseph Cleary.

“The Focus will be on two constitutional grounds: impeachment and removal (25th Amendment), and the possible costs of the independent board,” the course description reads in part, as first reported by the university watchdog group, Campus Reform.

The class will cover the “grounds for impeachment, removal, or the indictment,” such as “conflict of interests, foreign emoluments, climate change, racism, religious bias, undue influence, nepotism, and a host of crimes, including conspiracy, false statements, and obstruction of justice.”

San Diego State University is offering a class exclusively focused on impeaching President Trump.

(Campus Reform)

The only requirement is to read Allan Lichtman, “The Case for Impeachment” in which the American professor at the University “makes the case for impeaching the 45th president of the United States, Donald J. Trump.”

The university and Cleary not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment on Tuesday.

While the book looks impeached presidents Andrew Jackson and Bill Clinton’s “hearings,” it focuses on Richard Nixon’s resignation and ” let’s see how Trump shows many of the flaws (and more) that doomed ex-presidents.”

Lichtman has 30 years of predicting the presidential races correctly, including Trump’s victory over the failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, that his “next big prediction was that Trump would be deposited.

The book serves as a “warning about the dangers of Trump’s rogue presidency” and a “guide for the numerous violations” he predicts will lead to impeachment.

“Trump’s penchant for lying, contempt for the law, and conflicts of interest are life long habits that permeate his entire presidency,” Lichtman wrote. “He has a history of mistreating women and the coverage of his crimes. He could commit his crime against humanity, and not directly by the war, but indirectly by reversing the fight against catastrophic climate change, which the mankind well-being will likely depend. His dubious connections to Russia would be to him a charge of treason. His contempt for constitutional limitations can lead to abuse of power lose the confidence of even a Republican Congress.”

Trump wrote on Tuesday morning a series of tweets related to this topic.

“We have seen NO EVIDENCE OF the CONSPIRACY….I haven’t seen anything, the firing of James Comey and all of the aftermath, which states that the President has obstructed justice because he is exercising his power as President of the USA. I just don’t see.” Judge Ken Starr

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 27, 2018

Trump quoted Ken Starr as saying: “We have seen no evidence of the conspiracy…”

The president also quoted law professor Jonathan Turley, who said on Fox News: “I don’t see the evidence…in terms of the interplay, it’s all a bit implausible on the basis of the evidence we have.”

“I’m skeptical about the collusion and obstruction of the progress of the past year. I don’t see the evidence….in terms of the interplay, it’s all a bit implausible on the basis of the evidence we have.” Jonathan Turley on @FoxNews

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 27, 2018

Trump ended the tweetstorm with two words: “witch hunt!”


— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 27, 2018

But Lichtman writes that he is not advocating a “witch hunt”, but rather “to assess at which point impeachment is necessary to protect America’s constitutional freedoms and the vital interests of the nation.”

Lichtman notes that while the former lawyers in the Obama administration formed a group to monitor Trump’s alleged violations of the law and the Constitution, it is ultimately up to the democratic activism of the American people.

Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., told her fellow Democrats to “get ready for impeachment” at a speech in San Diego on Saturday. She has sung many times: “Impeach 45!”

The course will be offered for $221 by SDSU’s Criminal Justice program, which is a part of the school with the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts.

Caleb Parke is an associate editor for You can follow him on Twitter @calebparke

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