Can Trump be impeached again? (The Washington Post link): Throughout this impeachment process, I’ve been fielding questions through my newsletter, The 5-Minute Fix. And many readers had such smart questions for what happens now that it’s over. So let’s round up one last batch of them.
“There is nothing in the Constitution prohibiting another impeachment trial of Donald Trump,” said Sarah Burns, an impeachment expert at the Rochester Institute of Technology, in an email to me. “They could even retry him for these charges if they so choose. For example, if John Bolton (Trump’s former national security adviser) or anyone else can prove that there was a threat to national security, the House could reopen the case.”