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After Trump's Second Impeachment, Where Do We Go From Here?

Jan 14, 2021

President Trump has been impeached by the House of Representatives again, making him the first president in U.S. history to be impeached twice. With just days before President-Elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, what happens next?

We check in with impeachment legal expert Ross Garber.

We also talk with The New York Times Interpreter columnist Amanda Taub. What lessons can we take from attacks on democracies globally to better understand our current moment?

And we hear from a Connecticut social studies teacher. How are educators helping their students navigate the history we're living through right now?


  • Ross Garber - Political investigations and impeachment lawyer with offices in Connecticut and Washington, DC; he also teaches political investigations law at Tulane Law School in New Orleans.
  • Amanda Taub - News columnist for the New York Times Interpreter column and newsletter
  • Dr. David Bosso - Social studies teacher at Berlin High School and 2012 Connecticut teacher of the year

Cat Pastor contributed to this show.