Radcliffe explores the fairness of the impeachment process in the Hill

Radcliffe, Dana"If any Senate Republicans harbor doubts about [Mitch] McConnell’s position, then, recalling their oath to 'support and defend the Constitution,' they must ask themselves: Did the framers of the Constitution intend senators to be impartial jurors in impeachment trials?," writes Dana Radcliffe, adjunct professor of public administration and international affairs. "They should be sobered by the fact that Alexander Hamilton, one of the Constitution’s most eloquent and astute defenders, believed firmly that the answer is yes." Radcliffe's article, "Should President Trump receive a fair trial? Mitch McConnell, meet Alexander Hamilton," was published in the Hill. 01/07/20