Less than a year after U.S. President Donald Trump was acquitted in a momentous Senate trial, America faces the possibility of a second impeachment in the dying days of his presidency.
What would a second impeachment mean for President Trump’s future? How might it test politics and accountability? Is there consensus? And what will President-elect Joe Biden do to fix the divide in the country’s heart?
Guests in this edition are Einar Tangen, Independent Current Affairs Commentator; Joanne Cheng, Intercultural Critic; Prof. Joav Toker, American Graduate School in Paris.