“Impeachment” in the news

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Washington Post
· ‘Great new book!’: President Trump and his many, many tweets about his favorite authors  
Trump’s glowing endorsement came just in time for Christmas, but perhaps he’d been meaning to show McConnell (R-Ky.) just how much he cared: Three weeks later, the Senate began hearing arguments in Trump’s impeachment trial, before ultimately voting to acquit him.
The Japan Times
· Seoul mayor Park Won-soon found dead on Friday after massive search  
Months after her impeachment, Park Geun-hye was formally removed from office by a court ruling in March 2017 and is currently serving a decades-long prison term for bribery, abuse of power and other charges.
Washington Post
· Kayleigh McEnany Watch: Now let’s belittle Lt. Col. Vindman!  
News of Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman’s impending retirement from the U.S. Army broke this week, along with its dark rationale: A man who’d served with distinction for more than two decades was leaving because of a “campaign of bullying, intimidation, and retaliation” stemming from President Trump over Vindman’s role in the impeachment inquiry that wrapped up earlier this year.
The New York Times
· A Conservative Court and Trump’s Own Appointees Declare Their Independence  
The disclosure of the Watergate tapes led to Mr. Nixon’s resignation, and the Jones case led to Mr. Clinton’s impeachment for perjury and obstruction of justice.
Washington Post
· Supreme Court says Manhattan prosecutor may pursue Trump’s financial records, denies Congress access for now  
In dissent, Thomas said congressional subpoenas of the executive should come only in service of impeachment proceedings.
Washington Post
· Rulings let Trump keep his taxes under wraps for now, but his angry reaction underscores a political risk  
President, even Richard Nixon released his tax returns,” Biden said in the video, which was originally posted during the House impeachment investigation into whether Trump pressured a foreign government to announce a probe of Biden’s family.
Al Jazeera
· Removed US prosecutor says Trump official pressed him to resign  
The Southern District, known for its high-profile prosecutions, is where Berman oversaw several continuing investigations of Trump associates, including some who figured prominently in the House impeachment inquiry of the president.
The Independent
· Trump's top general appears to contradict president on military bases named for Confederates  
As Brazil careens toward a full-blown public health emergency and economic meltdown, opponents have filed a request for Bolsonaro's impeachment based on his mishandling of the new coronavirus pandemic.
· Supreme Court's Trump taxes vote won't help 2020 voters. Will it help Congress?  
Trump argued that only Congress, via the impeachment process, can hold the president accountable for wrongdoing while in office.