San Diego State University came up with a new course called: “Trump: Impeachment, Removal, or Conviction.”
The course is designed to focus on the two constitutional bases for removing a president from office: “Impeachment and removal (25th Amendment),” KUSI News reported.
It will consist of lessons on potential charges of the independent counsel and the powers of the president. Students in the class will also have the opportunity to gain knowledge of “presidential immunity from indictment, and grounds for impeachment, removal, or indictment.”
Subjects will vary from conflict of interests to obstruction of justice and religious bias.
The course is a one-credit class and is part of a criminal justice program at the university’s College of Extended Studies.
The university reported the San Diego TV station that the course will demonstrate an “overall framework of impeachment, removal or criminal investigation of a president.”
The university said “rather than focusing on President Trump,” the course “reviews all 19 impeachments in U.S. history.”
The university noted that the College of Extended Studies is not financed by taxpayers, according to KUSI.
Some Democrats in the past have demanded Trump’s impeachment.
This past weekend, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), who has been a leading rival of Trump on Capitol Hill, told thousands of Democratic activists and officials to “get ready for impeachment.”
Waters delivered his speech at the California Democratic Party’s annual convention in San Diego, saying that she considers special counsel Robert Mueller, who’s been at the helm of the probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, is “getter closer” to puzzling out whether the Trump campaign, or another person or entity, collaborated with Russia.