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The leading legal voice among House Democrats on Wednesday disputed President Trump’s vow to take any impeachment effort to the Supreme Court.

Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.), a former constitutional law professor, said the high court has “no role” in impeachment proceedings, which the Constitution explicitly empowers Congress to undertake.

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“The Supreme Court has no role in impeachment, and cannot be appealed to in an impeachment,” Raskin said during a press call organized by the Jewish Democratic Council of America.
“In fact the framers specifically rejected putting the courts in charge of impeachment,” Raskin added. “They wanted to leave it to the wisdom of Congress and to let bicameralism work its magic.”

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