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      12-09-2019, 01:21 PM   #4024
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There are limited results for impeachment and any evidence for "blowback" against the other party. In the case of Clinton which was most recent, it seems that the next President elected after Clinton was Bush(Republican), even though it was highly contested.The claim and warcry was for "family values" and Bush was eventually elected.
Nixon resigned, was pardoned by Ford who then lost to Jimmy Carter (Democrat)in the next election.
Andrew Johnson was a Democrat who ran with Lincoln on the National Union ticket, and he was succeeded by U.S. Grant after Johnson's impeachment, a Republican.

So, it appears that although the evidence is limited, the people generally vote for the other party-the one not in disgrace which in the case with Trump, would be a Democrat.
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