Professor Emeritus William Banks Discusses the Indictment of Former President Trump

Professor Emeritus William Banks spoke with WAER on the indictment of Former President Trump by the Manhattan District Attorney.

“The Constitution provides that a president can be impeached while in office for high crimes and misdemeanors,” Banks explained. “And the Constitution also explicitly says that upon the end of his term, or her term, the President is amenable to the law, like all the rest of us may be prosecuted and convicted for crimes as a regular citizen.”