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Where Are the 'High Crimes'?

Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News

Nowhere in the articles of impeachment is "treason" mentioned. Nor is "bribery" or "extortion," the other crimes alleged. Where are the "high crimes" in this impeachment resolution? There are none. Is it truly impeachable to ask Ukraine's president to look into the smelly Biden-Burisma deal before being awarded an Oval Office meeting? When did it become a crime to consider the probable electoral consequences of decisions taken in foreign policy? Admirers of JFK tell us he was ready to pull out of Vietnam, but only after the 1964 election, so as not to increase his vulnerability to the hawkish Republicans of the Goldwater era. If true, was JFK guilty of impeachable inaction?