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On today's Guy Benson Show, Mo Elleithee, Executive Director of Georgetown University's Institute of Politics and Public Service & Fox News Contributor spoke about the constitutionally and politics of impeaching former President Donald Trump while he's out of office.

Mo Elleithee said,

"I think the constitutional question, frankly, was a bit of a. Good people can disagree on this, but most people don't. Most of the scholars who have looked at this don't agree that that this is an unconstitutional process. There is precedent in our history for impeaching a former official. Hasn't happened often, but it has happened and most and most constitutional scholars argue that it is a legitimate right of the Congress to do a constitutional right for them to do. I think having said that, though, I think you're right. I think it is an uphill battle. I think we will have more Republican votes to convict this time than we did a year ago when Mitt Romney was the sole Republican. But, you know, I think it's going to I think it's going to be a heavy lift to get them there. And I think a lot of people probably would agree with that. But that doesn't mean that the trial shouldn't go forward."