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What branch of us government presides at presidential impeachments?

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The House of Representatives impeaches (brings charges against) the President. The Senate acts as the jury. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court presides over the Senate when it is hearing Presidential impeachment charges brought by the House.
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The Legislative Branch has the power to impeach the President.
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The branch of government that can't be impeached is the legislative
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Well, what IS interesting is that he doesn't receive a paycheck as "Vice President", but as "President of the Senate" !! SOoooo I can smile and laugh at his twisted
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