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After the trial's over, President Trump's impeachment battles could determine who holds real power in the US government

  • Written by Barbara L. McQuade, Professor from Practice, University of Michigan
Cases related to the Trump impeachment may end up at the Supreme Court.ZACH GIBSON/AFP via Getty Images

The legal and constitutional battles sparked by President Trump’s behavior could affect how the U.S. government works for generations, long after the impeachment trial is over.

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