Is the way we see politics changing before our eyes? Congressman John Kennedy R-LA thinks so. Ever since we've been electing Presidents, the vote of the people has been the final say of who moves into the White House. Vote is the people's voice. But now, that might not necessarily be the case. That might come down to the opinion of Congress. The impeachment inquiry going on is a great example. If the congress doesn't like the President, they can bring up small, inconsequential non-sense, to try to undo the election of the people. Kennedy surmise that point perfectly, using this impeachment for example. Check it out here.
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