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It was James Madison, the lead architect of the U.S. Constitution, who spoke out against a more general proposal for impeachment, which would have made the president removable for “maladministration.” This is an undated photo of a portrait of Madison by artist Gilbert Stuart. (AP file photo)
It was James Madison, the lead architect of the U.S. Constitution, who spoke out against a more general proposal for impeachment, which would have made the president removable for “maladministration.” This is an undated photo of a portrait of Madison by artist Gilbert Stuart. (AP file photo)

James Madison didn’t want to normalize impeachment

Madison spoke out against a proposal to make the president removable for “maladministration.”

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