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UMD Law Professor Weighs In On President Trump Impeachment Inquiry

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UMD Law Professor Weighs In On President Trump Impeachment Inquiry

UMD Law Professor Weighs In On President Trump Impeachment Inquiry

Professor Graber is an author on constitutional law and teaches several law classes in Baltimore.

He says a committee will investigate first whether there is a case for impeachment.

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